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Counter-Terrorism Act 2008

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  1. Introductory Text

  2. Part 1 Powers to gather and share information

    1. Power to remove documents for examination

      1. 1.Power to remove documents for examination

      2. 2.Offence of obstruction

      3. 3.Items subject to legal privilege

      4. 4.Record of removal

      5. 5.Retention of documents

      6. 6.Access to documents

      7. 7.Photographing and copying of documents

      8. 8.Return of documents

      9. 9.Power to remove documents: supplementary provisions

    2. Power to take fingerprints and samples from person subject to control order

      1. 10.Power to take fingerprints and samples: England and Wales

      2. 11.Power to take fingerprints and samples: Scotland

      3. 12.Power to take fingerprints and samples: Northern Ireland

      4. 13.Power to take fingerprints and samples: transitional provision

    3. Retention and use of fingerprints and samples

      1. 14.Material subject to the Police and Criminal Evidence Act 1984

      2. 15.Material subject to the Police and Criminal Evidence (Northern Ireland) Order 1989

      3. 16.Material subject to the Terrorism Act 2000: England and Wales and Northern Ireland

      4. 17.Material subject to the Terrorism Act 2000: Scotland

      5. 18.Material not subject to existing statutory restrictions

    4. Disclosure of information and the intelligence services

      1. 19.Disclosure and the intelligence services

      2. 20.Disclosure and the intelligence services: supplementary provisions

      3. 21.Disclosure and the intelligence services: interpretation

  3. Part 2 Post-charge questioning of terrorist suspects

    1. 22.Post-charge questioning: England and Wales

    2. 23.Post-charge questioning: Scotland

    3. 24.Post-charge questioning: Northern Ireland

    4. 25.Recording of interviews

    5. 26.Issue and revision of code of practice

    6. 27.Meaning of “terrorism offence”

  4. Part 3 Prosecution and punishment of terrorist offences

    1. Jurisdiction

      1. 28.Jurisdiction to try offences committed in the UK

    2. Consent to prosecution

      1. 29.Consent to prosecution of offence committed outside UK

    3. Sentencing

      1. 30.Sentences for offences with a terrorist connection: England and Wales

      2. 31.Sentences for offences with a terrorist connection: Scotland

      3. 32.Sentences for offences with a terrorist connection: armed forces

      4. 33.Power to amend list of offences where terrorist connection to be considered

    4. Forfeiture

      1. 34.Forfeiture: terrorist property offences

      2. 35.Forfeiture: other terrorism offences and offences with a terrorist connection

      3. 36.Forfeiture: supplementary provisions

      4. 37.Forfeiture: application of proceeds to compensate victims

      5. 38.Forfeiture: other amendments

      6. 39.Forfeiture: consequential amendments

  5. Part 4 Notification requirements

    1. Introductory

      1. 40.Scheme of this Part

    2. Offences to which this Part applies

      1. 41.Offences to which this Part applies: terrorism offences

      2. 42.Offences to which this Part applies: offences having a terrorist connection

      3. 43.Offences dealt with before commencement

    3. Persons to whom the notification requirements apply

      1. 44.Persons to whom the notification requirements apply

      2. 45.Sentences or orders triggering notification requirements

      3. 46.Power to amend specified terms or periods of imprisonment or detention

    4. Notification requirements

      1. 47.Initial notification

      2. 48.Notification of changes

      3. 49.Periodic re-notification

      4. 50.Method of notification and related matters

      5. 51.Meaning of “local police area”

      6. 52.Travel outside the United Kingdom

    5. Period for which notification requirements apply

      1. 53.Period for which notification requirements apply

    6. Offences in relation to notification

      1. 54.Offences relating to notification

      2. 55.Effect of absence abroad

      3. 56.Notification on return after absence from UK

    7. Supplementary provisions

      1. 57.Notification orders

      2. 58.Foreign travel restriction orders

      3. 59.Application of Part to service offences and related matters

      4. 60.Minor definitions for Part 4

      5. 61.References to a person being “dealt with” for an offence

  6. Part 5 Terrorist financing and money laundering

    1. 62.Terrorist financing and money laundering

  7. Part 6 Financial restrictions proceedings

    1. Chapter 1 Application to set aside financial restrictions decision

      1. 63.Application to set aside financial restrictions decision

      2. 64.UN terrorism orders

    2. Chapter 2 Financial restrictions proceedings

      1. Introductory

        1. 65.Financial restrictions proceedings

      2. Rules of court, disclosure and related matters

        1. 66.General provisions about rules of court

        2. 67.Rules of court about disclosure

        3. 68.Appointment of special advocate

        4. 69.Intercept evidence

        5. 70.Qualification of duty to give reasons

      3. Supplementary provisions

        1. 71.Allocation of proceedings to Queen’s Bench Division

        2. 72.Initial exercise of powers by Lord Chancellor

        3. 73.Interpretation

  8. Part 7 Miscellaneous

    1. Inquiries

      1. 74.Inquiries: intercept evidence

    2. Amendment of definition of “terrorism” etc

      1. 75.Amendment of definition of “terrorism” etc

    3. Terrorist offences

      1. 76.Offences relating to information about members of armed forces etc

      2. 77.Terrorist property: disclosure of information about possible offences

    4. Control orders

      1. 78.Control orders: powers of entry and search

      2. 79.Control orders: meaning of involvement in terrorism-related activity

      3. 80.Time allowed for representations by controlled person

      4. 81.Application for anonymity for controlled person

    5. Pre-charge detention of terrorist suspects

      1. 82.Pre-charge detention: minor amendments

    6. Forfeiture of terrorist cash

      1. 83.Forfeiture of terrorist cash: determination of period for which cash may be detained

      2. 84.Forfeiture of terrorist cash: appeal against decision in forfeiture proceedings

    7. Costs of policing at gas facilities

      1. 85.Costs of policing at gas facilities: England and Wales

      2. 86.Costs of policing at gas facilities: Scotland

      3. 87.Designated gas transporters

      4. 88.Costs of policing at gas facilities: recovery of costs

      5. 89.Costs of policing at gas facilities: supplementary provisions

      6. 90.Application of provisions to costs incurred before commencement

    8. Appointment of special advocates in Northern Ireland

      1. 91.Appointment of special advocates in Northern Ireland

  9. Part 8 Supplementary provisions

    1. General definitions

      1. 92.Meaning of “terrorism”

      2. 93.Meaning of offence having a “terrorist connection”

      3. 94.Meaning of “ancillary offence”

      4. 95.Meaning of “service court” and “service offence”

    2. Orders and regulations

      1. 96.Orders and regulations

      2. 97.Orders and regulations: affirmative and negative resolution procedure

    3. Financial provisions

      1. 98.Financial provisions

    4. Repeals and revocations

      1. 99.Repeals and revocations

    5. Final provisions

      1. 100.Commencement

      2. 101.Extent

      3. 102.Short title

    1. Schedule 1

      Disclosure and the intelligence services: consequential amendments

    2. Schedule 2

      Offences where terrorist connection to be considered

    3. Schedule 3

      Forfeiture: consequential amendments

    4. Schedule 4

      Notification orders

    5. Schedule 5

      Foreign travel restriction orders

    6. Schedule 6

      Notification requirements: application to service offences

    7. Schedule 7

      Terrorist financing and money laundering

      1. Part 1 Conditions for giving a direction

      2. Part 2 Persons to whom a direction may be given

      3. Part 3 Requirements that may be imposed by a direction

      4. Part 4 Procedural provisions and licensing

      5. Part 5 Enforcement: information powers

      6. Part 6 Enforcement: civil penalties

      7. Part 7 Enforcement: offences

      8. Part 8 Supplementary and general

    8. Schedule 8

      Offences relating to information about members of armed forces etc: supplementary provisions

    9. Schedule 9

      Repeals and revocations

      1. Part 1 Retention and use of fingerprints and samples

      2. Part 2 Disclosure of information and the intelligence services

      3. Part 3 Forfeiture

      4. Part 4 Financial restrictions proceedings

      5. Part 5 Control orders

      6. Part 6 Pre-charge detention

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