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Proceeds of Crime Act 2002

Section 443: Enforcement in different parts of the United Kingdom

593.This section provides for restraint, receivership and confiscation orders, including ancillary orders, and investigation orders and warrants under Part 8, made in each of three jurisdictions of the United Kingdom to be enforced in the other. The arrangements for such enforcement are to be made by Order in Council. Subsection (2) enables provision to be made so that the functions of a receiver or, in Scotland, an administrator may be recognised in the other jurisdictions. The section also provides for the amendment and application of other legislation for the specific narrow purpose of achieving the successful conversion of orders between the different jurisdictions.

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