Proceeds of Crime Act 2002

CHAPTER 2 - THE CONFISCATION SCHEME  

PART 2-3 - FORFEITURE ON CONVICTION OF A SERIOUS OFFENCE  

Division 1 - Forfeiture on conviction of a serious offence  

SECTION 92A   Notice of date of forfeiture under this Part, etc  

92A(1)  


The *responsible authority for the *restraining order referred to in paragraph 92(1)(b) must, before property is forfeited under this Part, take reasonable steps to give any person who has or claims, or whom the authority reasonably believes may have, an *interest in the property a written notice stating:


(a) the date on which the property will be forfeited under this Part unless it is excluded from forfeiture; and


(b) the effect of section 93 (which deals with *extension orders); and


(c) that the person may be able to apply for an order under one of the following sections in relation to the property:


(i) section 29 (which deals with the exclusion of property from *restraining orders);

(ii) section 94 (which deals with the exclusion of property from forfeiture);
(iii)
section 94A (which deals with compensation).

92A(2)  


However, the *responsible authority need not give a notice to a person under subsection (1) if the person has made:


(a) an application for an *extension order in relation to the property; and


(b) an application under section 30 , 31 or 94 in relation to the property.




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