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Indian Ports Act, 1908

59. Magistrate to determine the amount to be levied in case of dispute

If any dispute arises concerning the amount leviable by any distress or arrest under this Act or the costs payable under the last foregoing section, the person making the distress or using the arrest may detain the goods distrained or arrested, or the proceeds of the sale thereof, until the amount to be levied has been determined by a Magistrate, who, upon application made to him for that purpose, may determine the amount, and award such costs to be paid by either of the parties to the other of them as he thinks reasonable and payment of such costs, if not paid on demand, shall be enforced as if they were a fine.

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