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Criminal Proceeds Confiscation Act 2002


TABLE OF PROVISIONS

           Contents

           Chapter 1--Introduction

   1.      Short title
   2.      Commencement
   3.      Definitions
   4.      Objects
   5.      Act binds State
   5A.     Territorial application of Act
   6.      Notes
   7.      Examples in sch 1
   8.      Proceedings are civil, not criminal
   9.      Orders under this Act not a sentence
   10.     Operation of other laws not affected
   11.     Interstate operation of particular orders
   12.     Proceedings by the State and meaning of appropriate officer

           Chapter 2--Confiscation without conviction

           Part 1--Preliminary

   13.     Explanation of ch 2
   14.     Application of ch 2

           Part 2--Interpretation

           Division 1--References to relevant offences

   15.     Meaning of illegal activity
   16.     Meaning of serious crime related activity and external serious crime related activity
   17.     Meaning of serious criminal offence

           Division 2--References to proceeds, property and benefits

   18.     Meaning of proceeds
   19.     Meaning of property
   20.     Meaning of effective control of property
   21.     Meaning of benefit and benefit derived

           Division 3--References to illegally acquired property and serious crime derived property
           Subdivision 1--Meaning of particular property related terms

   22.     Meaning of illegally acquired property
   23.     Meaning of serious crime derived property
           Subdivision 2--Provisions about continuing application of subdivision 1 to illegally acquired property and serious crime derived property
   24.     Definitions for sdiv 2
   25.     Property retains its character despite disposal
   26.     When property stops being illegally acquired property or serious crime derived property
   27.     Property may again become illegally acquired property or serious crime derived property

           Part 3--Restraining orders

           Division 1--Application for restraining orders

   28.     Application for restraining order
   29.     Affidavit
   30.     Notice of application

           Division 2--Making restraining orders

   30A.    Hearing of application
   31.     Making restraining order
   32.     Conditions of restraining order
   33.     Condition about dealing with property by agreement
   34.     Condition about particular payments out of restrained property
   35.     Restraining order may direct public trustee to take control of property
   36.     Duration of restraining order

           Division 3--Making other orders

   37.     Supreme Court may make other orders
   37A.    Hearing of application
   38.     Administration orders Supreme Court may make
   38A.    Investigation orders Supreme Court may make

           Division 4--Provisions about particular orders
           Subdivision 1--Examination orders

   39.     Court officer's power to conduct examinations
   39A.    Time and place of examination
   39B.    Examination to take place in private
   39C.    Role of the examinee's lawyer
   39D.    Recording evidence
   40.     Privilege—examination order
   41.     Offence to contravene examination order
   41A.    Use and dissemination of examination information
           Subdivision 2--Property particulars orders
   42.     Privilege—property particulars order
           Subdivision 3--Property seizure orders
   42A.    Offence to contravene property particulars order
   43.     If property seizure order directed to commission officer
   44.     If property seizure order directed to police officer

           Division 5--Notice of restraining order and other orders

   45.     Notice of restraining order and other orders

           Division 6--Sale of restrained property

   46.     Supreme Court may order sale of restrained property

           Division 7--Exclusion of property from restraining order
           Subdivision 1--Application by prescribed respondent

   47.     Supreme Court may exclude prescribed respondent's property from restraining order
   48.     When Supreme Court may exclude prescribed respondent's property
           Subdivision 2--Application by person other than prescribed respondent
   49.     Supreme Court may exclude other property from restraining order
   50.     When Supreme Court may exclude applicant's property

           Division 7A--Revocation of restraining order

   50A.    Application to revoke restraining order
   50B.    Notice of revocation of restraining order

           Division 8--Other provisions about restraining orders

   51.     Recording of restraining order
   52.     Contravention of restraining order
   53.     Restraining order does not prevent other action under this Act
   54.     Effect of dismissal of particular applications on restraining order
   55.     Authority under restraining order

           Part 4--Forfeiture orders

           Division 1--Making and effect of forfeiture orders

   56.     Application for forfeiture order
   57.     Notice of application
   58.     Making forfeiture order
   58A.    Forfeiture order relating to external serious crime related activity
   59.     Effect of forfeiture order
   60.     Dealing with forfeited property prohibited
   61.     Effect of quashing of conviction on forfeiture order

           Division 2--Other orders
           Subdivision 1--Orders for relief from hardship

   62.     Relief from hardship for dependants
           Subdivision 2--Orders about encumbrances
   63.     Forfeiture order may provide for discharge of encumbrance
           Subdivision 3--Releasing property from effect of forfeiture order
   64.     Order for release of property from forfeiture order
           Subdivision 4--Exclusion of property from forfeiture under exclusion order
   65.     Exclusion of property from forfeiture order application
   66.     Exclusion of property from forfeiture order
   67.     When Supreme Court may give leave for s 66
   68.     Making of exclusion order
   69.     What is an exclusion order
   70.     Effect of exclusion order
           Subdivision 5--Exclusion of interest from forfeiture under innocent interest exclusion order
   71.     Exclusion of value of innocent interest from forfeiture order
   72.     When Supreme Court may give leave for s 71
   73.     Making of innocent interest exclusion order
   74.     What is an innocent interest exclusion order

           Division 3--Release and buying back interests

   75.     Effect of payment under release order
   76.     Buying out other interests under court order

           Part 5--Proceeds assessment orders

           Division 1--Application for, and making of, proceeds assessment orders

   77.     Application for proceeds assessment order
   78.     Making of proceeds assessment order
   79.     Amount must be stated in proceeds assessment order
   80.     Proceeds assessment order increase if forfeiture order discharged
   80A.    Notice of proceeds assessment order

           Division 2--Assessment of value of proceeds

   81.     Application of div 2
   82.     Matters to which Supreme Court must have regard
   83.     How particular amounts may be treated
   84.     Particular amounts not to be deducted
   85.     Evidence by prescribed officer

           Division 3--Other provisions about proceeds assessment orders

   86.     Proceeds assessment order amount is debt payable to State
   87.     Enforcement of order against property under effective control
   88.     Charge on property
   89.     Effect of other actions on proceeds assessment order

           Division 4--Hardship orders

   89A.    Application for hardship order
   89B.    When Supreme Court may give leave for s 89A
   89C.    Making of hardship order
   89D.    Property not to be disposed of during hardship order period

           Part 5A--Unexplained wealth orders

           Division 1--Application for, and making and variation of, unexplained wealth orders

   89E.    Meaning of current or previous wealth
   89F.    Application for unexplained wealth order
   89G.    Making of unexplained wealth order
   89H.    Amount payable under unexplained wealth order
   89I.    Unexplained wealth order increase if forfeiture ends etc.
   89J.    Notice of unexplained wealth order

           Division 2--Assessment of value of unexplained wealth

   89K.    Application of div 2
   89L.    Assessment for unexplained wealth order

           Division 3--Operation of unexplained wealth orders

   89M.    Unexplained wealth order amount is debt payable to State
   89N.    Enforcement of order against property under effective control
   89O.    Charge on property
   89P.    Effect of other actions on unexplained wealth order

           Division 4--Hardship orders

   89Q.    Application for hardship order
   89R.    When Supreme Court may give leave for s 89Q
   89S.    Making of hardship order
   89T.    Property not to be disposed of during hardship order period

           Part 6--General

   90.     Serious crime related activity can form basis of a number of orders
   91.     Effect of death of person involved
   92.     Effect of death of joint owner of restrained property
   93.     No stay of proceedings

           Chapter 2A--Serious drug offender confiscation order scheme

           Part 1--Preliminary

   93A.    Explanation of ch 2A
   93B.    Application of ch 2A

           Part 2--Interpretation

   93C.    Definitions for ch 2A
   93D.    Meaning of effective control
   93E.    Meaning of protected property
   93F.    Meaning of qualifying offence and pre-qualifying offence

           Part 3--Restraining orders

           Division 1--Interpretation

   93G.    Definition for pt 3

           Division 2--Making and hearing of application for restraining order

   93H.    Application for restraining order
   93I.    Affidavit—general requirements
   93J.    Particular requirements for affidavit relating to relevant property that is not prescribed respondent's property
   93K.    Notice of application for restraining order
   93L.    Hearing of application

           Division 3--Making restraining orders

   93M.    Making restraining order
   93N.    Absence of risk does not prevent making of order
   93O.    Conditions of restraining order
   93P.    Conditions about dealing with property by agreement
   93Q.    Conditions about particular payments out of restrained property
   93R.    Restraining order may direct public trustee to take control of property
   93S.    Duration of restraining order

           Division 4--Making other orders

   93T.    Supreme Court may make other orders
   93U.    Hearing of application
   93V.    Administration orders Supreme Court may make
   93W.    Investigation orders Supreme Court may make

           Division 5--Provisions about particular orders
           Subdivision 1--Examination orders

   93X.    Court officer's power to conduct examinations
   93Y.    Time and place of examination
   93Z.    Examination to take place in private
   93ZA.   Role of the examinee's lawyer
   93ZB.   Recording evidence
   93ZC.   Privilege—examination order
   93ZD.   Offence to contravene examination order
   93ZE.   Use and dissemination of examination information
           Subdivision 2--Property particulars orders
   93ZF.   Privilege—property particulars order
   93ZG.   Offence to contravene property particulars order
           Subdivision 3--Property seizure orders
   93ZH.   If property seizure order directed to commission officer
   93ZI.   If property seizure order directed to police officer

           Division 6--Notice of restraining orders and other orders

   93ZJ.   Notice of restraining order and other orders

           Division 7--Exclusion of property from restraining order
           Subdivision 1--Application by prescribed respondent

   93ZK.   Supreme Court may exclude prescribed respondent's property from restraining order
   93ZL.   When Supreme Court may exclude prescribed respondent's property
           Subdivision 2--Application by person other than prescribed respondent
   93ZM.   Supreme Court may exclude other property from restraining order
   93ZN.   When Supreme Court may exclude applicant's property

           Division 8--Extension of restraining orders

   93ZO.   Extension of restraining order

           Division 9--Sale of restrained property

   93ZP.   Supreme Court may order sale of restrained property

           Division 10--Revocation of restraining orders

   93ZQ.   Application to revoke restraining order
   93ZR.   Notice of revocation of restraining order

           Division 11--Other provisions about restraining orders

   93ZS.   Restraining order to be registered
   93ZT.   Contravention of restraining order
   93ZU.   Restraining order does not prevent other action under this Act
   93ZV.   Effect of dismissal of particular applications on restraining order
   93ZW.   Authority under restraining order

           Part 4--Serious drug offender confiscation orders

           Division 1--Interpretation

   93ZX.   Definition for pt 4
   93ZY.   Meaning of serious drug offender confiscation order

           Division 2--Applications for serious drug offender confiscation orders

   93ZZ.   Application for serious drug offender confiscation order
   93ZZA.  Response by prescribed respondent

           Division 3--Making and effect of serious drug offender confiscation order

   93ZZB.  Making of serious drug offender confiscation order
   93ZZC.  Particular property forfeited only if listed in serious drug offender confiscation order
   93ZZD.  Serious drug offender confiscation order may provide for discharge of encumbrance
   93ZZE.  Notice of serious drug offender confiscation order
   93ZZF.  Effect of serious drug offender confiscation order
   93ZZG.  Forfeited property not to be disposed of during hardship order period
   93ZZH.  Dealing with property forfeited under serious drug offender confiscation order prohibited
   93ZZI.  Effect of death
   93ZZJ.  Effect of death of joint owner of restrained property
   93ZZK.  Effect of appeal against conviction
   93ZZL.  Effect of amendment of serious drug offence certificate after serious drug offender confiscation order made
   93ZZM.  Ch 2A restraining order does not prevent making of ch 2 or 3 restraining order
   93ZZN.  Restriction on orders if serious drug offender confiscation order is applied for or made

           Division 4--Hardship orders

   93ZZO.  Application for hardship order
   93ZZP.  When Supreme Court may give leave for s 93ZZO
   93ZZQ.  Making of hardship order
   93ZZR.  Hardship orders court may make

           Division 5--Discharge of serious drug offender confiscation order

   93ZZS.  Circumstances in which serious drug offender confiscation order is discharged
   93ZZT.  Notice after discharge of serious drug offender confiscation order
   93ZZU.  Request for Attorney-General to return property
   93ZZV.  Application for order declaring value of property

           Chapter 3--Confiscation after conviction

           Part 1--Preliminary

   94.     Explanation of ch 3
   95.     Application of ch 3
   96.     Matters ch 3 does not apply to
   97.     Application may be made for more than 1 order
   98.     Constitution of court

           Part 2--Interpretation

           Division 1--References to relevant offences

   99.     Meaning of confiscation offence
   100.    Meaning of serious criminal offence

           Division 2--References to property and benefits

   101.    Meaning of benefit
   102.    Meaning of benefit derived
   103.    Meaning of effective control
   104.    Meaning of tainted property

           Division 3--References to relevant criminal proceedings

   105.    Meaning of charge if complaint made
   106.    Meaning of convicted of offence
   107.    Meaning of quash a conviction
   108.    Meaning of related offence
   109.    Meaning of unamenable to justice
   110.    Unamenable to justice if person absconds
   111.    Unamenable to justice if person dead
   112.    Unamenable to justice if person not fit for trial
   113.    Unamenable to justice if warrant issued but not executed
   114.    Unamenable to justice if no extradition order at end of extradition proceeding
   115.    Unamenable to justice for another reason

           Part 3--Restraining orders

           Division 1--Definitions

   116.    Definitions for pt 3

           Division 2--Application for restraining order

   117.    Application for restraining order
   118.    Affidavit—general requirements
   119.    Particular requirements for affidavit relating to relevant property that is not prescribed respondent's property
   120.    Notice of application for restraining order
   121.    Hearing of application

           Division 3--Making restraining orders and other orders

   122.    Making restraining order
   123.    Absence of risk does not prevent making of order
   124.    Conditions of restraining order
   125.    Conditions about dealing with property by agreement
   126.    Conditions about particular payments out of restrained property
   127.    Restraining order may direct public trustee to take control of property
   128.    Duration of restraining order

           Division 4--Making other orders

   129.    Supreme Court may make other orders
   129A.   Hearing of application
   130.    Administration orders Supreme Court may make
   130A.   Investigation orders Supreme Court may make

           Division 5--Provisions about particular orders
           Subdivision 1--Examination orders

   131.    Court officer's power to conduct examinations
   131A.   Time and place of examination
   131B.   Examination to take place in private
   131C.   Role of the examinee's lawyer
   131D.   Recording evidence
   132.    Privilege—examination order
   133.    Offence to contravene examination order
   133A.   Use and dissemination of examination information
           Subdivision 2--Property particulars orders
   134.    Privilege—property particulars order
   134A.   Offence to contravene property particulars order

           Division 6--Notice of restraining orders

   135.    Notice of restraining order

           Division 7--Extension and setting aside of restraining orders

   136.    Extension of restraining order
   137.    Restraining order may be set side

           Division 8--Sale of restrained property

   138.    Supreme Court may order sale of restrained property

           Division 9--Exclusion of particular property from restraining order

   139.    Supreme Court may exclude prescribed respondent's property from restraining order
   140.    Supreme Court may exclude other property from restraining order
   141.    Supreme Court may declare restrained property is not subject to automatic forfeiture

           Division 10--Other provisions about restraining orders

   142.    Restraining order to be registered
   143.    Contravention of restraining order
   144.    Restraining order does not prevent other action under this Act
   145.    Authority under restraining order

           Part 4--Forfeiture orders

           Division 1--Applications for forfeiture orders

   146.    Application for forfeiture order
   147.    Notice of application

           Division 2--Making and effect of forfeiture orders

   148.    Amendment of application
   149.    Procedure on application
   150.    Limitation on powers of Magistrates Courts
   151.    Making forfeiture order
   152.    Forfeiture order may provide for discharge of encumbrance
   153.    Effect of forfeiture

           Division 2A--Tainted property substitution declaration

   153A.   Definitions for div 2A
   153B.   References to property that is not available for forfeiture
   153C.   Application for tainted property substitution declaration
   153D.   Court may make tainted property substitution declaration
   153E.   Restraining order for property that may become subject to a tainted property substitution declaration

           Division 3--Orders releasing or excluding property from effect of particular orders

   154.    Order for release of property from forfeiture order
   155.    Exclusion of property from forfeiture order application
   156.    Exclusion of property from forfeiture order
   157.    When court may give leave for s 156
   158.    Making of innocent interest exclusion order
   159.    What is an innocent interest exclusion order

           Division 4--Discharge of forfeiture orders

   160.    Discharge of forfeiture order

           Part 5--Automatic forfeiture

   161.    Definitions for pt 5
   162.    Application of pt 5
   163.    Automatic forfeiture of restrained property
   164.    Effect of automatic forfeiture
   165.    Third party protection from automatic forfeiture
   166.    When Supreme Court may give leave for s 165
   167.    When Supreme Court may make third party order
   168.    What is a third party order
   169.    When Supreme Court may make buy-back order
   170.    What is a buy-back order

           Part 6--Other provisions about forfeiture

   171.    Dealing with forfeited property prohibited
   172.    Effect of payment under buy-back order or release order
   173.    Buying out other interests under court order
   174.    Notice after conviction quashed or forfeiture order discharged
   175.    If Attorney-General asked to return property
   176.    If application for order declaring value of property
   177.    Rehearing

           Part 7--Pecuniary penalty orders

           Division 1--Application for pecuniary penalty order

   178.    Pecuniary penalty order application
   179.    Notice of application
   180.    Right to appear
   181.    Amendment of application
   182.    Procedure on application
   183.    Limitation on powers of Magistrates Courts

           Division 2--Making of pecuniary penalty order

   184.    Pecuniary penalty orders
   185.    Discharge of pecuniary penalty order to the extent of automatic forfeiture
   186.    Pecuniary penalty order increase if forfeiture order discharged

           Division 3--Assessment of benefits

   187.    Assessment of benefits
   188.    Procedure if application relating to 1 confiscation offence
   189.    Procedure if application relating to more than 1 confiscation offence
   190.    Property that may be taken into account for assessment
   191.    Property under effective control
   192.    Particular benefits not to be taken into account
   193.    Expenses and outgoings
   194.    Evidence

           Division 4--Other provisions

   195.    Discharge of pecuniary penalty order
   196.    Charge on restrained property under restraining order if pecuniary penalty order made
   197.    Pecuniary penalty order to be registered
   198.    Application of property under effective control for satisfying pecuniary penalty order
   199.    Rehearing

           Chapter 4--Special forfeiture orders

           Part 1--Special forfeiture order application

   200.    Application for special forfeiture order
   201.    Notice of application
   202.    Making of special forfeiture order

           Part 2--Assessment of benefits

   203.    Assessment of benefits
   204.    How particular amounts may be treated
   205.    Property that may be taken into account for assessment
   206.    Property under effective control
   207.    Expenses and outgoings

           Part 3--Other provisions

   208.    Application of property under effective control for satisfying special forfeiture order
   209.    Effect of special forfeiture order
   210.    Application of amounts paid to the State under this chapter
   211.    Special forfeiture order to be registered

           Chapter 5--Particular provisions about forfeiture of property

   212.    Chapter does not apply to particular property
   213.    Forfeited property not to be disposed of during appeal period
   214.    Disposal of forfeited property by State
   215.    Procedural matters about forfeiture
   216.    Filing of forfeiture certificate

           Chapter 6--Provisions about particular government entities

           Part 1--Powers of public trustee

           Division 1--Provisions for satisfying particular orders

   217.    Definition for div 1
   218.    Application of div 1
   219.    Public trustee may apply for order for satisfying liability because of confiscation order or automatic forfeiture
   220.    Application of proceeds to satisfy order
   221.    Effect of payment under s 220

           Division 2--Other provisions

   222.    If public trustee directed to take control of restrained property
   223.    Public trustee's fees and charges
   224.    Public trustee's liability for rates etc.
   225.    Agents for public trustee
   226.    Obstruction

           Part 2--Legal aid

   227.    Legal Aid Act
   228.    Matters not to be taken into account in deciding application for legal assistance
   229.    Legal Aid may require charge over property
   230.    Effect of forfeiture on charge

           Chapter 7--Interstate orders and warrants

           Part 1--Interpretation

   231.    Definitions for ch 7

           Part 2--Provisions about filing interstate orders

   232.    Filing of interstate orders
   233.    Interim filing of facsimile copies
   234.    Effect of filing interstate forfeiture order
   235.    Effect of filing interstate restraining order
   236.    Cancellation of filing
   237.    Charge on property subject to filed interstate restraining order or interstate pecuniary penalty order

           Part 3--Provisions about property seized under interstate orders and search warrants

   238.    Pt 3 does not affect particular provisions
   239.    Interstate order about return of seized property
   240.    Order about property seized in another State for which court refuses to make forfeiture order
   241.    Application by person for return of property seized in another State

           Part 4--Other provisions

   242.    Public trustee may act as agent

           Chapter 8--Obligations of financial institutions

           Part 1--Interpretation

   243.    Meaning of customer-generated financial transaction document
   244.    Meaning of essential customer-generated financial transaction document
   245.    Meaning of financial transaction document
   246.    Meaning of minimum retention period

           Part 2--Provisions applying to financial institutions

           Division 1--Records

   247.    Retention of records by financial institutions
   248.    Register of original documents

           Division 2--Information volunteered by financial institutions

   249.    Communication of information by financial institutions to particular officers

           Division 3--Notices to financial institutions

   249A.   Definition for div 3
   249B.   Giving notice to financial institution
   249C.   Prohibition on disclosure
   249D.   Protection from suits etc. in relation to action taken under s 249B
   249E.   Financial institution must comply with a notice

           Chapter 9--Offences

   250.    Money laundering
   251.    Charging of money laundering
   252.    Possession etc. of property suspected of being tainted property
   253.    Responsibility for acts or omissions of representatives

           Chapter 10--Miscellaneous provisions

           Part 1--Arrangements to defeat operation of act

   254.    Definitions for part 1
   255.    Arrangements to defeat operation of Act
   256.    Orders for defeating arrangements

           Part 2--Other provisions

   256A.   Consent orders
   257.    Restriction on functions
   258.    Publication of proceedings
   259.    Requirements to give notice
   260.    Sentencing court not to have regard to property forfeiture or pecuniary penalty
   261.    Costs incurred on variation of forfeiture or restraining orders on application by third parties
   262.    Costs
   263.    Appeals
   264.    Registration fees
   264A.   Payment of amount under equitable sharing program

           Chapter 11--General

   265.    Admissibility of evidence obtained under Crime and Corruption Act 2001
   266.    Other evidentiary matters
   267.    Regulation-making power

           Chapter 12--Transitional provisions and repeal provision

           Part 1--Transitional provisions for Act No. 68 of 2002

   268.    Definitions for ch 12
   269.    Incomplete proceedings for old orders
   270.    Incomplete rehearing proceedings
   271.    Interstate orders
   272.    Automatic forfeiture
   273.    Old forfeiture orders
   274.    Old pecuniary penalty orders
   275.    Old restraining orders
   276.    Particular orders about buying back interests in property
   277.    Property under the control of the public trustee
   278.    Persons unamenable to justice under old Act
   279.    Application for chapter 2 restraining order if property restrained under old restraining order
   280.    Other directions, orders and requirements
   281.    References to Crimes (Confiscation) Act 1989

           Part 2--Repeal

   282.    Repeal of Crimes (Confiscation) Act 1989

           Part 3--Transitional provisions for the Criminal Proceeds Confiscation and Other Acts Amendment Act 2009

   283.    Definition for this part
   284.    Property controlled by public trustee
   285.    Proceeds assessment order relating to an external serious crime related activity
   286.    Charges on property
   287.    Orders under ss 37 and 129
   288.    Exclusion of property from orders
   289.    Transitional provision for amendment of definition of dealing

           Part 4--Transitional provisions for Criminal Proceeds Confiscation (Unexplained Wealth and Serious Drug Offender Confiscation Order) Amendment Act 2013

   290.    Definitions for pt 4
   291.    Transitional provision for ss 28, 29 and 58A
   292.    Hardship order provisions do not apply in relation to existing proceeds assessment orders etc.
   293.    Transitional provision for s 90
   294.    Transitional provision for unexplained wealth orders

           Part 5--Transitional provision for Serious and Organised Crime Legislation Amendment Act 2016

   295.    Relevant money laundering proceedings started before commencement

           Part 6--Transitional provisions for Criminal Law Amendment Act 2017

   296.    Definition for part
   297.    Restraining orders made before commencement
   298.    Forfeiture orders made before commencement
   299.    Serious drug offender confiscation orders made before commencement
           SCHEDULE 1--EXAMPLES

           Part 1--Illegally acquired property examples
           1. Example 1
           2. Example 2

           Part 2--Proceeds assessment example
           3. Example 1

           Part 3--Tainted property examples
           4. Example 1
           5. Example 2
           6. Example 3
           7. Example 4
           8. Example 5
           9. Example 6

           Part 4--Assessment of benefits examples
           10. Example 1
           11. Example 2
           12. Example 3
           13. Example 4
           14. Example 5
           15. Example 6
           SCHEDULE 2--OFFENCES


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