Proceeds of Crime Act 2002



Division 3 - Excluding property from restraining orders  


In addition to this Division, section 44 provides for property to be excluded from a restraining order on the giving of satisfactory security.

SECTION 32   32   Application not to be heard unless responsible authority has had reasonable opportunity to conduct an examination  

The court must not hear an application to exclude specified property from the * restraining order if:

(a) the restraining order is in force; and

(b) the *responsible authority has not been given a reasonable opportunity to conduct * examinations in relation to the application.


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