1. The provisional remedies authorized by article thirteen-A of the civil practice law and rules shall be available in an action for criminal forfeiture pursuant to this article to the extent and under the same terms, conditions and limitations as provided in article thirteen-A of such law and rules, except as specifically provided herein.
2. Upon the filing of an indictment and special forfeiture information, or a superior court information and special forfeiture information, seeking forfeiture pursuant to this article, all further proceedings with respect to provisional remedies shall be heard by the judge or justice in the criminal part to which the criminal action is assigned.
3. For purposes of this section, the indictment and special forfeiture information or superior court information and special forfeiture information seeking criminal forfeiture shall constitute the summons with notice or summons and verified complaint referred to in article thirteen-A of the civil practice law and rules.
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