Part IA - General  

SECTION 9A   9A   Forfeited articles to be dealt with by Official Trustee  
Where articles are transferred to the Official Trustee under subsection 9(4) , the Official Trustee must, subject to any direction by the Minister administering the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002 given in a particular case:

(a) sell or otherwise dispose of the articles; and

(b) apply the proceeds of the sale or disposition in payment of the Official Trustee ' s remuneration and other costs, charges and expenses of the kind referred to in section 9B payable to or incurred by it in connection with the sale or disposition; and

(c) credit the remainder of those proceeds to the Confiscated Assets Account as required by section 296 of the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002 .


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