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2The court may make a freezing order if it is satisfied—
(a)that a forfeiture order has been made in proceedings before the ICC; or
(b)that there are reasonable grounds for believing that a forfeiture order may be made in such proceedings,
and that the property to which the order relates consists of or includes property that is or may be affected by such a forfeiture order.
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