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Restraint Order

The authorities have extensive powers when it comes to restraint orders, cash forfeiture and account freezing. The right specialist advice can ensure you retain what is yours.


Restraint Order


Failing To Prevent Bribery (The Bribery Act 2010)

In 2018, a modestly-sized company became the first to be convicted in the UK for failure to prevent bribery. But the case itself raises more questions than it answers – and provides plenty of cause for concern for those who want to tackle b...

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By Azizur Rahman  29 March 2018
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Restraint Orders

Proceeds Of Crime Act 2002The purpose of a Restraint Order made under the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002 (POCA) is to freeze property that may subsequently be confiscated. Confiscation is the power the Crown Court has to make orders depriving c...

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By Azizur Rahman  1 May 2014
7 min read