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Proceeds of Crime Act 2002

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443Enforcement in different parts of the United Kingdom

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(1)Her Majesty may by Order in Council make provision—

(a)for an order made by a court under Part 2 to be enforced in Scotland or Northern Ireland;

(b)for an order made by a court under Part 3 to be enforced in England and Wales or Northern Ireland;

(c)for an order made by a court under Part 4 to be enforced in England and Wales or Scotland;

(d)for an order made under Part 8 in one part of the United Kingdom to be enforced in another part;

(e)for a warrant issued under Part 8 in one part of the United Kingdom to be executed in another part.

(2)Her Majesty may by Order in Council make provision—

(a)for a function of a receiver appointed in pursuance of Part 2 to be exercisable in Scotland or Northern Ireland;

(b)for a function of an administrator appointed in pursuance of Part 3 to be exercisable in England and Wales or Northern Ireland;

(c)for a function of a receiver appointed in pursuance of Part 4 to be exercisable in England and Wales or Scotland.

(3)An Order under this section may include—

(a)provision conferring and imposing functions on the prosecutor and the Director;

(b)provision about the registration of orders and warrants;

(c)provision allowing directions to be given in one part of the United Kingdom about the enforcement there of an order made or warrant issued in another part;

(d)provision about the authentication in one part of the United Kingdom of an order made or warrant issued in another part.

(4)An Order under this section may—

(a)amend an enactment;

(b)apply an enactment (with or without modifications).

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