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Proceeds of Crime Act 2002

Chapter 4: General.Interpretation
Section 413: Criminal conduct

558.The definition of ‘criminal conduct’ is similar to the one given for confiscation proceedings (see sections 76, 143 and 224) and is only relevant to confiscation investigations. The effect of subsection (5) is that the powers in this Part may be used from the date of its commencement irrespective of whether the conduct was committed or the property in question was obtained before the Act is enacted.

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