Indian Forest Act, 1927
56. Disposal on conclusion of trial for forest-offence, of produce in respect of which it was committed. –
When the trial of any forest-offence is concluded, any forest-produce in respect of which such offence has been committed shall, if it is the property of Government or has been confiscated, be taken charge of by a Forest-officer, and, in any other case, may be disposed of in such manner as the Court may direct.