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Crime (International Co-operation) Act 2003

Paragraph 11C: Sending domestic freezing orders

184.This paragraph sets out the steps which must be followed once the High Court has made the restraint order and the certificate.

185.Paragraph 11C(1) provides that these two documents are to be sent to the Secretary of State with a view to forwarding them to either a court exercising jurisdiction in the participating country where the property in question is situated, or to any authority recognised by the government of the participating country as the appropriate authority for receiving orders of that kind.

186.Under paragraph 11C(2) these documents must also be accompanied by a forfeiture order made under section 23 of the Terrorism Act unless the certificate indicates when the court expects such an order to be sent.

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