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Smith, Owen and Bodnar on Asset Recovery, Criminal Confiscation, and Civil Recovery Looseleaf 2nd ed


ISBN13: 9780199298983
Previous Edition ISBN: 0406946469
Latest Release: March 08, 2016
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Looseleaf, 2 volumes
Price: £315.00
Subscription Type: Annual Subscription
Domestic Renewal Price: £210.00
Overseas Renewal Price: £210.00



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Smith, Owen and Bodnar on Asset Recovery, previously published by LexisNexis UK, is now available from Oxford University Press in looseleaf format with regular updates. This comprehensive work covers the expanding law and practice of asset recovery in the UK, European, and international spheres, and is designed for practitioners involved in investigations and legal proceedings for the recovery of the proceeds of crime (including terrorism).

The work covers the three areas of recovery instigated by law enforcement agencies: criminal confiscation in the criminal courts, civil recovery in the civil courts, and taxation by administrative proceedings and on appeal to the courts. It also provides in-depth analysis of money laundering and terrorist financing offences, plus detailed procedural coverage of compensation, restitution and forfeiture procedures and orders in the criminal courts.

The new edition has also been expanded to provide increased procedural guidance (with precedents), extended comparative coverage, and new coverage of terrorist property forfeiture.

The purchase price includes updating for one year, and there is usually two updating releases per annum.

  • An essential one-stop practitioners' text providing clear guidance and analysis of the law and practice of criminal confiscation and civil recovery, together with all relevant materials
  • New looseleaf format with with regular updates enables you to stay up-to-date with fast-moving law and practice
  • Mainwork price includes first year of updating releases.
  • Offers clear step-by-step procedural guidance including checklists and precedents, and key case digests
  • Includes new sections covering terrorist financing and money laundering, and expanded comparative coverage
  • Includes full text of POCA 2002 and other essential legislation

Subjects:
Criminal Law, Looseleaf Work
Contents:
BINDER I
PART I - POCA REGIMES, INVESTIGATION, MONEY LAUNDERING, AND TERRORIST FINANCING
1: The Asset Recovery Regime
2: Power of Investigation
3: Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing
PART II - CRIMINAL CONFISCATION AND TERRORIST PROPERTY FORFEITURE
1: Criminal Confiscation and Terrorist Property Forfeiture: Preservation of Assets
2: Criminal Confiscation
3: Criminal Compensation, Forfeiture, and Restitution Orders
4: Terrorist Property Forfeiture
5: Criminal Confiscation and Terrorist Property Forfeiture: Enforcement
6: Reconsideration of Confiscations Orders
MATERIALS
Materials Part I-Precedents
(1) Proceeds of Crime Act 2002-Restraint Order Prohibiting Disposal of Assets
(2) Proceeds of Crime Act 2002-Draft Order Appointing an Enforcement Receiver
(3) Proceeds of Crime Act 2002 Form1-Notice of Application for Leave to Appeal and Appeal by the enforcement agency
(4) Proceeds of Crime Act 2002 Form2-Notice and Grounds of Opposition to an Application for Leave to Appeal and Appeal by the enforcement agency
(5) An Application and Witness Statement in Support of an Increase or Decrease in relation to Proceeds of Crime Act 2002 s 22
(6) An Application and Witness Statement in Support of an Increase or Decrease in relation to Proceeds of Crime Act 2002 s 23
(7) Draft Management Receivership Order for use in a Criminal Justice Act, Drug Trafficking Act or Proceeds of Crime Act Matter
(8) Witness Statement for Use in Support of a Criminal Justice Act, Drug Trafficking Act or Proceeds of Crime Act Matter
Materials Part II- Appendices
Appendix 1 - United Kingdom Statutes
Appendix 2 - POCA Statutory Instruments
Appendix 3 - Other Statutory Instruments
Appendix 4 - Rules of Court
Appendix 5 - Court Practice Directions
Appendix 6 - International Materials
INDEX


BINDER II
PART III - CIVIL RECOVERY
1: Civil Recovery: Preservation of Assets
2: Civil Recovery: Proceedings and Hearing
3: Civil Recovery: Enforcement
4: Civil Recovery: Cash Detention and Forfeiture in Summary Proceedings
PART IV - INSOLVENCY, TAXATION, AND INTERNATIONAL ENFORCEMENT AND ASSISTANCE
1: Insolvency
2: Taxation in Asset Recovery
3: Taxation: International Enforcement and Assistance
4: Criminal Confiscation and Forfeiture: International Enforcement and Assistance
5: Terrorist Property Forfeiture: International Enforcement and Assistance
6: Civil Recovery Claims: International Enforcement and Assistance
MATERIALS
Materials Part I-Precedents
(1) Proceeds of Crime Act 2002 Property Freezing Order
(2) Proceeds of Crime Act 2002 Interim Receivership Order
(3) Practice Direction on Civil Recovery Proceedings
(4) Criminal Procedure Rules Part 8 Claim Form
(5) Forms from Magistrates Courts (Detention and Forfeiture of Cash) Rules 2002 SI 2998
(6) Draft Civil Recovery Order
Materials Part II- Appendices
Appendix 1 - United Kingdom Statutes
Appendix 2 - POCA Statutory Instruments
Appendix 3 - Other Statutory Instruments
Appendix 4 - Rules of Court
Appendix 5 - Court Practice Directions
Appendix 6 - International Materials

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