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Proceeds of Crime Act 2002

Section 251: Supervision of interim receiver and variation of order

319.An interim receiver, a respondent, any party to the proceedings and anyone else affected by the receiver's actions (this includes the Director) will be able to ask the court to clarify the receiver's powers. All parties and any persons who may be interested will be able to put their views to the court before it acts. There is also power for the court to vary or set aside the interim receiving order. For example, the court may be asked by the interim receiver to extend the interim receiving order to additional property in respect of which evidence has come to light. Here too, the court must give an opportunity to be heard to the parties and any persons who may be affected by the court's decision.

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