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Mitchell, Taylor and Talbot on Confiscation and the Proceeds of Crime
Mitchell, Taylor and Talbot on Confiscation and the Proceeds of Crime
3rd Edition
Number of volumes: 2
Practice Area:  Criminal Law
ISBN:  9780421782006
Last Release: Dec 2016 / Next Release: Jun 2017
Subscription Information: 2 releases a year, Calendar year
Format:  Looseleaf
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Offering unrivalled guidance on all you need to know about confiscation, Mitchell, Taylor and Talbot on Confiscation and the Proceeds of Crime:
  • Explains the law as it relates to restraint, receivership, confiscation, civil recovery, and money laundering
  • Gives you step-by-step guidance on what needs to be done at every stage of the proceedings
  • Includes a case and commentary section to show you how the law has been applied and interpreted by the courts
  • Shows how the law works in practice using examples of key case law
  • Includes helpful tools such as flowcharts, specialised forms, and precedents, to clarify complex areas and reduce the time you spend drafting
  • Sets out the law relating to offences committed before and after implementation of the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002, so you can quickly locate the information relevant to the case on which you are working
  • Covers all other relevant legislation including the Drug Trafficking Act 1994, Criminal Justice Act 1998, Terrorism Act 2000, Anti-Terrorism, Crime and Security Act 2001, and the Human Rights Act 1998
  • Deals with international co-operation in relation to confiscation
  • Provides extensive and detailed appendices, so you have everything you need in one place
CONTENTS
Background to the confiscation legislation
Investigating the proceeds of crime
Preservation of property
Making the confiscation order in drug trafficking cases
Making the confiscation order in criminal justice act cases
Postponed determinations
Reviewing confiscation orders
Enforcement of confiscation orders
Anti-money laundering offences
Forfeiture, restitution and confiscation orders: forfeiture of drug trafficking cash
Confiscation and international co-operation
Forfeiting terrorist property
Case digest
Appendices
  • Relevant statutes and SIs
  • Useful documentation and information
  • Precedents and court forms
Overview of the government's asset recovery strategy
Investigating the proceeds of crime
Preservation of property
Management receivers
Making the confiscation order
Reviewing and appealing confiscation orders
Enforcement of confiscation orders
Money-laundering offences
Forfeiture, restitution and confiscation orders
Recovery of cash in summary proceedings
Forfeiture of terrorist property
Confiscation and international co-operation
Civil recovery of the proceeds of crime
The director of the asset recovery agency's revenue functions
Appendices
  • Proceeds of Crime Act 2002
  • Relevant SIs
  • Sections of relevant Acts
  • Useful documentation and information
  • Precedents and court forms
 
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REVIEWS

the standard work on confiscation and the proceeds of crime - New Law Journal
A second edition of this fine book which practitioners... will warmly welcome because of the coherent pathway that it cuts through the legal thickets. - Police Journal, of previous edition
The new edition is an outstanding and thoroughly practical contribution to the law on this subject. - New Law Journal
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