3 edition of The confiscation of criminal assets found in the catalog.
The confiscation of criminal assets
J. Paul McCutcheon
Includes bibliographical references (p. -117) and index.
|Statement||J. Paul McCutcheon and Dermot P.J. Walsh.|
|Contributions||Walsh, Dermot, 1957-|
|LC Classifications||KDK1833 .M38 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||122 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||122|
|LC Control Number||00455458|
terroris m of effective provisions in national law for the speedy and effective freezing of criminal assets with a view to their later confiscation. Moreover it is vital such provisions should be made available for the benefit of other countries seeking judicial assistance in the criminal law area. Contents ( - 23) Criminal Assets Recovery Act No Status information. Long title. Part 1 Preliminary. 1 Name of Act. 2 Commencement and duration. 3 Principal objects. 31D Additional orders where application made for confiscation order or order relating to evidence.
Confiscation and the Concept of Punishment: Can There be a Confiscation Without a Conviction? Michele Panzavolta 2. The History of Confiscation Laws: From the Book of Exodus to the War on White-Collar Crime Michaël Fernandez-Bertier 3. Civil Forfeiture in Ireland: Two Decades of the Proceeds of Crime Act and the Criminal Assets Bureau Colin. The Criminal Assets Bureau (CAB) (Irish: An Biúró um Shócmhainní Coiriúla) is a law enforcement agency in CAB was established with powers to focus on the illegally acquired assets of criminals involved in serious crime. The aims of the CAB are to identify the criminally acquired assets of persons and to take the appropriate action to deny such people of these arters: Harcourt Square, Harcourt Street, Dublin 2.
“the standard work on confiscation and the proceeds of crime” New Law Journal “this [is a] fine book, which practitioners, investigators, members of the judiciary et al will warmly welcome because of the coherent pathway that it cuts through the legal thickets” The Police Journal, of previous edition “the new edition is an outstanding and thoroughly practical contribution to the law. Confiscation. Confiscation is a legal form of occupation of the state or other public authority. The word is also used in people, illegal seizure under legal forms, or any confiscation of property as punishment or application of the law.
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The confiscation of criminal assets: Law and procedure [McCutcheon, J. Paul] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The confiscation of criminal assets: Law and procedureCited by: 3. This book provides a normative analysis of the justifications and limits of asset confiscation as a crime control measure in a comparative perspective.
More specifically, it deals with what in this context is referred to as extended appropriation, that is, confiscation in cases where the causal link between the property (the proceeds of crime) in question and the predicate offence(s) is less : Hardcover.
This book provides a normative analysis of the justifications and limits of asset confiscation as a crime control measure in a comparative perspective. The confiscation of criminal assets book More specifically, it deals with what in this context is referred to as extended appropriation, that is, confiscation in cases where the causal link between the property (the proceeds of crime Author: Johan Boucht.
Print book: EnglishView all editions and formats Summary: Aimed at legal practitioners, bankers, accountants, the Criminal Assets Bureau, the Gardai Siochana, the Revenue Commissioners and students, this text includes coverage of: seizure of criminal assets; targeting the financial wealth of criminals in Ireland; and tracing the proceeds of crime.
This book provides a normative analysis of the justifications and limits of asset confiscation as a crime control measure in a comparative perspective.
More specifically, it deals with what in this context is referred to as extended appropriation, that is, confiscation in cases where the causal link between the property (the proceeds of crime) in question and the predicate offence(s) is.
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Book description Extended Confiscation in Criminal Law provides a comprehensive analysis of the most recent developments in the : Malin Thunberg Schunke. In broad terms, the Confiscation of Proceeds of Crime Act (the Act) empowers a court, upon the conviction of a defendant, to make orders for the confiscation of property derived from or used to commit a “serious offence” within the meaning of the Act: see.
It also includes interim mechanisms for the preservation of property to prevent it from being disposed of prior to the making of a confiscation.
Proceeds of crime are any property, wealth or holdings that have been procured unlawfully. This includes assets purchased with funds received as the result of criminal activity. Those who have unexplained wealth may be asked by the court to explain how they obtained their assets.
Confiscation of Criminal Assets Act Contents. Page. Part 1 Preliminary. 1 Name of Act 2 3 Purposes of Act 2 4 Application of Act to property and dealings 3 5 Application of Act to offences 3 6 Dictionary 3 7 Notes 3 8 Offences against Act—application of Criminal Code etc 4.
Part 2 General overview of confiscation scheme. 9 General File Size: 1MB. Adopting a multi-disciplinary and comparative approach, the book “Dirty Assets. Emerging Issues in the Regulation of Criminal and Terrorist Assets” focuses on the emerging and innovative aspects of attempts to target the accumulated assets of those.
Skimming off of assets in criminal law The basic ideas behind the right of asset recovery can be illustrated by means of narcotics criminal law: If a drug dealer’s home is arrested and searched and a kilogram of hashish is found, these drugs are confiscated by the police.
This chapter critically analyses the development and operation of the regime of post-conviction confiscation of assets in England and Wales. As this area of law is triggered on conviction of a predicate offence in a higher criminal court, this chapter contrasts with those contributions to this book which focus on civil forfeiture of assets (in which a conviction is unnecessary).Cited by: 1.
The first part introduces and analyses confiscation in Chinese criminal law, where confiscation of property as a penalty coexists with confiscation of illegal assets as a disciplinary measure. The second part discusses confiscation of illegal gains as a punishment in Chinese administrative : Xing Fei, Kung Shun Fong.
Asset Recovery book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Criminal Confiscation and Civil Recovery” as Want to Read: This work covers all aspects of asset recovery; from the role of the Criminal Assets Recovery Agency and other law enforcement agencies, to taxation issues and compensation claims.
It also covers Format: Unknown Binding. Launched in Januarythe Criminal Assets Confiscation Taskforce (CACT) was formed. to enhance the identification and pursuit of potential criminal asset confiscation matters.
The CACT realises the Commonwealth Government’s election commitment to use a truly integrated. approach to asset confiscation where investigations. This book enhances the reader's understanding of the strategy of confiscating criminal assets and contributes to a deeper knowledge of the recent developments regarding extended confiscation.
It gives some answers to the questions of how the confiscation regimes could be improved, and which changes are proportionate to the objectives : Malin Thunberg Schunke. The confiscation of criminal assets in europe, Author: Transcrime, Name: What proceeds are recovered.
The confiscation of criminal assets in europe, Length: 63. The NSW Crime Commission (the Commission) works to reduce the incidence of serious and organised crime throughout NSW.
While more commonly known for conducting criminal investigations through its Criminal Investigation Division (CID), the Commission’s Financial Investigations Division (FID) specialise in identifying assets and proceeds of crime, to support the discharge of the Commission’s.
Confiscation of Proceeds of Crime Act (NSW), which applies in relation to NSW offences and commenced by the NSW Director of Public Prosecutions; and. al Assets Recovery Act (NSW) which is commenced by the NSW Crime Commission. MEPs want member states who receive a freezing or confiscation order to be bound to execute it within 20 days, as opposed to the 60 days proposed by the Commission, so that criminals do not have time to move their assets.
The deadline may, however, be postponed, for instance if the confiscation would hurt an ongoing criminal investigation.This section describes the process of investigating criminal assets with a view to confiscating them.
Its purpose is to inform the non-specialist investigator how a confiscation investigation is conducted. There is an assumption that, where possible, confiscation investigations are conducted by. The intention is to deprive criminals of their unlawfully used or acquired assets in a punitive way (thereby, hopefully, deterring them from offending in the first place), and to remove such Author: Nicholas Cowdery.