Proceeds of Crime Act 2002

CHAPTER 1 - INTRODUCTION  

PART 1-3 - OUTLINE OF THIS ACT  

SECTION 7   7   The confiscation scheme (Chapter 2)  
Chapter 2 sets out a number of processes relating to confiscation:


(aa) freezing orders limiting withdrawals from accounts with financial institutions before courts decide applications for restraining orders to cover the accounts (see Part 2-1A ); and


(a) restraining orders prohibiting disposal of or dealing with property (see Part 2-1 ); and


(b) forfeiture orders under which property is forfeited to the Commonwealth (see Part 2-2 ); and


(c) forfeiture of property to the Commonwealth on conviction of a serious offence (see Part 2-3 ); and


(d) pecuniary penalty orders requiring payment of amounts based on benefits derived from committing offences (see Part 2-4 ); and


(e) literary proceeds orders requiring payment of amounts based on literary proceeds relating to offences (see Part 2-5 ); and


(f) unexplained wealth orders requiring payment of unexplained wealth amounts (see Part 2-6 ).


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