Proceeds of Crime Act 2002

CHAPTER 1 - INTRODUCTION  

PART 1-3 - OUTLINE OF THIS ACT  

SECTION 6   6   General  
This Act establishes a scheme to confiscate the proceeds of crime. It does this by:


(a) setting out in Chapter 2 processes by which confiscation can occur; and


(b) setting out in Chapter 3 ways in which Commonwealth law enforcement agencies can obtain information relevant to these processes; and


(c) setting out in Chapter 4 related administrative matters.

It concludes with miscellaneous provisions and with definitions and other interpretive material.

Note:

See also Part IAE of the Crimes Act 1914 (video link evidence).




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