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Proceeds of Crime Act 2002

Section 68: Applications and appeals

123.Section 68 sets out general rules for applications for restraint and receivership orders made by accredited financial investigators. It provides in particular that steps in a case after the initial application need not be taken by the same investigator who made the initial application. This is intended to ensure that no problems are caused by, for example, the subsequent ill health of the investigator who makes the initial application for a restraint order.

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