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CRIMINAL PROPERTY CONFISCATION ACT 2000 - SECT 4

4 .         Confiscable property, what is

                Property of the following kinds is confiscable to the extent provided by this Act —

            (a)         property equal in value to any amount by which the total value of a person’s wealth exceeds the value of the person’s lawfully acquired wealth ( unexplained wealth  — see section 144);

            (b)         certain property, services, advantages and benefits obtained by a person who has been involved in the commission of a confiscation offence ( criminal benefits   — see section 145);

            (c)         property used in or in connection with the commission of a confiscation offence, or property of equal value ( crime-used property  — see section 146);

            (d)         property derived directly or indirectly from the commission of a confiscation offence ( crime-derived property  — see section 148);

            (e)         property owned, effectively controlled or given away by a person who is declared to be a drug trafficker under section 32A(1) of the Misuse of Drugs Act 1981 , or who absconds before a declaration can be made ( declared drug trafficker   — see section 159).



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