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Serious Organised Crime and Police Act 2005

Section 104: Money laundering: disclosures to identify persons and property

227.Section 104 amends the failure-to-disclose provisions in sections 330-332 of the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002. The obligation to disclose suspicions of money laundering will apply only if: the person required to make a disclosure knows the identity of the person engaged in the money-laundering offence or the whereabouts of any of the laundered property; or the information which would have to be reported discloses, or may assist in uncovering, the identity of the person engaged in that offence or the whereabouts of any of the laundered property.

228.Laundered property is defined in the new subsection (5A) of sections 330-332.

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