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Proceeds of Crime Act 2002

Section 66: Appeal to House of Lords

119.This section provides a right of appeal to the House of Lords against a decision of the Court of Appeal under section 65. As with section 44, it is not possible for new parties to come forward at this stage. Only people who were already party to the proceedings at the Court of Appeal stage may appeal to the House of Lords.

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