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Proceeds of Crime Act 2002

Section 274: Consequential adjustment of liabilities under pension schemes

366.Under subsection (1) a recovery order must provide that the trustees or managers of a pension scheme reduce its liabilities to the extent they think necessary following the payment made under the order. Under subsection (2), the order must also provide for liabilities arising out of the recoverable rights to cease. Subsection (3) makes clear that this may involve a reduction of present or future benefits to which the respondent may be entitled, or any future benefits to which another person may be entitled in respect of the recoverable property.

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