—(1) Where a person has in his possession, custody or control —
for commercial exploitation purposes an integrated circuit in which a protected layout-design is incorporated; or
any article which the person knows or has reason to believe has been or is to be predominantly used to make integrated circuits in which a protected layout-design is incorporated,
a qualified owner of the protected layout-design may apply to the Court for an order that the integrated circuit or article referred to in paragraph (b) be delivered to the qualified owner or to another person that the Court specifies.
(2) The Court shall not make an order for delivery up unless it also makes, or it appears to the Court that there are grounds for making, an order under section 14.
(3) A person to whom an integrated circuit or an article referred to in subsection (1)(b) is delivered up shall, if an order under section 14 is not made at the time of the order under this section, retain the integrated circuit or article pending the making of an order, or a decision not to make an order, under section 14.