(a) The commission may sell property, other than proceeds in escrow, forfeited to
the state at a public or private sale in the manner the commission considers best.
(b) If in the opinion of the commission or the administrator the property is needed
for the use of the commission, the commission may retain and use the property until
it is no longer needed, at which time it shall be sold in accordance with Subsection
(a) of this section.
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