Typically, individuals receive notice of their administrative forfeiture by letter. However, sometimes people are made aware of the proposed forfeiture by reading it on the 'Public Notice of Administrative Forfeiture Proceedings' section of this page.
If you would like to dispute an administrative forfeiture proceeding, you must file a Notice of Dispute by the deadline that was included in your letter and posted online. If you received a letter, this form would have also been included. Once you have filled out the form you must make a solemn declaration before a Notary Public, Justice of the Peace or Commissioner for Oaths for Saskatchewan.