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  1. Introductory TextNext Match

  2. Part 1 Police reformPrevious MatchNext Match

    1. Public accountabilityPrevious MatchNext Match

      1. 1.Duty of police authorities in relation to public accountabilityPrevious MatchNext Match

    2. Appointment of senior officersPrevious MatchNext Match

      1. 2.Police Senior Appointments PanelPrevious MatchNext Match

      2. 3.Regulations about senior officersPrevious MatchNext Match

      3. 4.Metropolitan police force appointmentsPrevious MatchNext Match

    3. Police co-operationPrevious MatchNext Match

      1. 5.Police collaborationPrevious MatchNext Match

      2. 6.Authorisations to interfere with property etcPrevious MatchNext Match

      3. 7.Authorisations for obtaining and disclosing communications dataPrevious MatchNext Match

      4. 8.Authorisations of covert human intelligence sources: conditionsPrevious MatchNext Match

      5. 9.Authorisations for surveillance etcPrevious MatchNext Match

      6. 10.Police officers engaged on service outside their force etcPrevious MatchNext Match

      7. 11.Police equipmentPrevious MatchNext Match

      8. 12.Police procedures and practicesPrevious MatchNext Match

      9. 13.Police facilities and servicesPrevious MatchNext Match

  3. Part 2 Sexual offences and sex establishmentsPrevious MatchNext Match

    1. ProstitutionPrevious MatchNext Match

      1. 14.Paying for sexual services of a prostitute subjected to force etc: England and WalesPrevious MatchNext Match

      2. 15.Paying for sexual services of a prostitute subjected to force etc: Northern IrelandPrevious MatchNext Match

      3. 16.Amendment to offence of loitering etc for purposes of prostitutionPrevious MatchNext Match

      4. 17.Orders requiring attendance at meetingsPrevious MatchNext Match

      5. 18.Rehabilitation of offenders: orders under section 1(2A) of the Street Offences Act 1959Previous MatchNext Match

      6. 19.Soliciting: England and WalesPrevious MatchNext Match

      7. 20.Soliciting: Northern IrelandPrevious MatchNext Match

    2. Closure orders: sexual offencesPrevious MatchNext Match

      1. 21.Closure ordersPrevious MatchNext Match

    3. Orders imposed on sex offendersPrevious MatchNext Match

      1. 22.Time limitsPrevious MatchNext Match

      2. 23.Foreign travel orders: groundsPrevious MatchNext Match

      3. 24.Foreign travel orders: durationPrevious MatchNext Match

      4. 25.Foreign travel orders: surrender of passportsPrevious MatchNext Match

    4. Indecent photographs of childrenPrevious MatchNext Match

      1. 26.Penalty for contravening notice relating to encrypted informationPrevious MatchNext Match

    5. Sex establishmentsPrevious MatchNext Match

      1. 27.Regulation of lap dancing and other sexual entertainment venues etcPrevious MatchNext Match

  4. Part 3 Alcohol misusePrevious MatchNext Match

    1. 28.Selling alcohol to childrenPrevious MatchNext Match

    2. 29.Confiscating alcohol from young personsPrevious MatchNext Match

    3. 30.Offence of persistently possessing alcohol in a public placePrevious MatchNext Match

    4. 31.Directions to individuals who represent a risk of disorderPrevious MatchNext Match

    5. 32.Mandatory licensing conditions relating to alcoholPrevious MatchNext Match

    6. 33.Individual members of licensing authorities to be interested partiesPrevious MatchNext Match

  5. Part 4 Injunctions: gang-related violencePrevious MatchNext Match

    1. Power to grant injunctionsPrevious MatchNext Match

      1. 34.Injunctions to prevent gang-related violencePrevious MatchNext Match

    2. Contents of injunctionsPrevious MatchNext Match

      1. 35.Contents of injunctionsPrevious MatchNext Match

      2. 36.Contents of injunctions: supplementalPrevious MatchNext Match

    3. ApplicationsPrevious MatchNext Match

      1. 37.Applications for injunctions under section 34Previous MatchNext Match

      2. 38.Consultation by applicants for injunctionsPrevious MatchNext Match

      3. 39.Applications without noticePrevious MatchNext Match

    4. Interim injunctionsPrevious MatchNext Match

      1. 40.Interim injunctions: adjournment of on notice hearingPrevious MatchNext Match

      2. 41.Interim injunctions: adjournment of without notice hearingPrevious MatchNext Match

    5. Variation and dischargePrevious MatchNext Match

      1. 42.Variation or discharge of injunctionsPrevious MatchNext Match

    6. Arrest and remandPrevious MatchNext Match

      1. 43.Arrest without warrantPrevious MatchNext Match

      2. 44.Issue of warrant of arrestPrevious MatchNext Match

      3. 45.Remand for medical examination and reportPrevious MatchNext Match

      4. 46.Further provision about remandsPrevious MatchNext Match

    7. MiscellaneousPrevious MatchNext Match

      1. 47.GuidancePrevious MatchNext Match

      2. 48.SupplementalPrevious MatchNext Match

      3. 49.InterpretationPrevious MatchNext Match

      4. 50.Review of operation of this PartPrevious MatchNext Match

  6. Part 5 Proceeds of crimePrevious MatchNext Match

    1. ConfiscationPrevious MatchNext Match

      1. 51.Recovery of expenses etcPrevious MatchNext Match

      2. 52.Power to retain seized property: England and WalesPrevious MatchNext Match

      3. 53.Power to retain seized property: ScotlandPrevious MatchNext Match

      4. 54.Power to retain seized property: Northern IrelandPrevious MatchNext Match

      5. 55.Search and seizure of property: England and WalesPrevious MatchNext Match

      6. 56.Search and seizure of property: ScotlandPrevious MatchNext Match

      7. 57.Search and seizure of property: Northern IrelandPrevious MatchNext Match

      8. 58.Power to sell seized personal property: England and WalesPrevious MatchNext Match

      9. 59.Power to sell seized personal property: ScotlandPrevious MatchNext Match

      10. 60.Power to sell seized personal property: Northern IrelandPrevious MatchNext Match

      11. 61.Payment of compensationPrevious MatchNext Match

    2. Civil recoveryPrevious MatchNext Match

      1. 62.LimitationPrevious MatchNext Match

      2. 63.Power to search vehiclesPrevious MatchNext Match

      3. 64.Detention of seized cashPrevious MatchNext Match

      4. 65.Forfeiture of detained cashPrevious MatchNext Match

    3. Detained cash investigationsPrevious MatchNext Match

      1. 66.Transfer of jurisdiction to Crown CourtPrevious MatchNext Match

  7. Part 6 ExtraditionPrevious MatchNext Match

    1. AlertsPrevious MatchNext Match

      1. 67.Article 26 alertsPrevious MatchNext Match

      2. 68.Article 95 alertsPrevious MatchNext Match

    2. Deferral of extraditionPrevious MatchNext Match

      1. 69.Extradition to category 1 territoryPrevious MatchNext Match

      2. 70.Extradition to category 2 territoryPrevious MatchNext Match

      3. 71.Person charged with offence or serving sentence of imprisonmentPrevious MatchNext Match

    3. Return to overseas territoryPrevious MatchNext Match

      1. 72.Return from category 1 territoryPrevious MatchNext Match

      2. 73.Return from category 2 territoryPrevious MatchNext Match

    4. Extradition to UKPrevious MatchNext Match

      1. 74.Return to extraditing territory etcPrevious MatchNext Match

      2. 75.Cases in which sentence treated as servedPrevious MatchNext Match

      3. 76.Dealing with person for other offencesPrevious MatchNext Match

    5. Ancillary mattersPrevious MatchNext Match

      1. 77.Provisional arrestPrevious MatchNext Match

      2. 78.Use of live link in extradition proceedingsPrevious MatchNext Match

  8. Part 7 Aviation securityPrevious MatchNext Match

    1. 79.Security planning for airportsPrevious MatchNext Match

    2. 80.Policing at airportsPrevious MatchNext Match

  9. Part 8 MiscellaneousPrevious MatchNext Match

    1. Chapter 1 Safeguarding vulnerable groups and criminal recordsPrevious MatchNext Match

      1. Renaming of Independent Barring BoardPrevious MatchNext Match

        1. 81.Renaming of Independent Barring BoardPrevious MatchNext Match

      2. Safeguarding vulnerable groups: England and WalesPrevious MatchNext Match

        1. 82.Educational establishments: check on members of governing bodyPrevious MatchNext Match

        2. 83.Monitoring applicationPrevious MatchNext Match

        3. 84.Monitoring: additional feesPrevious MatchNext Match

        4. 85.Vetting informationPrevious MatchNext Match

        5. 86.Notification of cessation of monitoringPrevious MatchNext Match

        6. 87.Notification of proposal to include person in barred listPrevious MatchNext Match

        7. 88.Provision of safeguarding information to the policePrevious MatchNext Match

        8. 89.Barring processPrevious MatchNext Match

      3. Safeguarding vulnerable groups: Northern IrelandPrevious MatchNext Match

        1. 90.Notification of proposal to include person in barred list: Northern IrelandPrevious MatchNext Match

        2. 91.Provision of safeguarding information to the police: Northern IrelandPrevious MatchNext Match

        3. 92.Barring process: Northern IrelandPrevious MatchNext Match

      4. Criminal records etcPrevious MatchNext Match

        1. 93.Criminal conviction certificates to be given to employersPrevious MatchNext Match

        2. 94.Certificates of criminal records etc: right to work informationPrevious MatchNext Match

        3. 95.Criminal conviction certificates: verification of identityPrevious MatchNext Match

        4. 96.Registered personsPrevious MatchNext Match

        5. 97.Criminal records: applicationsPrevious MatchNext Match

    2. Chapter 2 OtherPrevious MatchNext Match

      1. Border controlsPrevious MatchNext Match

        1. 98.General information powers in relation to persons entering or leaving the UKPrevious MatchNext Match

        2. 99.Powers in relation to cashPrevious MatchNext Match

        3. 100.Lawful interception of postal items by Revenue and CustomsPrevious MatchNext Match

        4. 101.Prohibition on importation or exportation of false identity documents etcPrevious MatchNext Match

        5. 102.Prohibition on importation of offensive weaponsPrevious MatchNext Match

      2. Football spectatorsPrevious MatchNext Match

        1. 103.Prohibiting attendance at matches in Scotland and Northern Ireland etcPrevious MatchNext Match

        2. 104.Requirements to report at police stationsPrevious MatchNext Match

        3. 105.Enforcement of 1989 Act in Scotland and Northern Ireland

        4. 106.Enforcement of 2006 Act in England and Wales and Northern IrelandPrevious MatchNext Match

        5. 107.Relevant offences for purposes of Part 2 of 1989 ActPrevious MatchNext Match

      3. OtherPrevious MatchNext Match

        1. 108.Strategies for crime reduction etc: probation authoritiesPrevious MatchNext Match

        2. 109.Application of aspects of UK law to SOCA employees working abroadPrevious MatchNext Match

        3. 110.Partial exemption for SCDEA from Firearms Act 1968Previous MatchNext Match

        4. 111.Removal of limitation on warrants under Misuse of Drugs Act 1971Previous MatchNext Match

  10. Part 9 GeneralPrevious MatchNext Match

    1. 112.Minor and consequential amendments and repeals and revocationsPrevious MatchNext Match

    2. 113.Transitional, transitory and saving provisionPrevious MatchNext Match

    3. 114.Financial provisionsPrevious MatchNext Match

    4. 115.ExtentPrevious MatchNext Match

    5. 116.CommencementPrevious MatchNext Match

    6. 117.Short titlePrevious MatchNext Match

  11. Schedules

    1. Schedule 1Previous MatchNext Match

      Schedule to the Street Offences Act 1959Previous MatchNext Match

      1. Schedule ORDERS UNDER SECTION 1(2A): BREACH, AMENDMENT ETC. Section 1A(11)...Previous MatchNext Match

    2. Schedule 2Previous MatchNext Match

      Closure ordersPrevious MatchNext Match

      1. 1.After Part 2 of the Sexual Offences Act 2003 (c....Previous MatchNext Match

      2. 2.In section 138 of that Act (orders and regulations), in...Previous MatchNext Match

      3. 3.In section 142 of that Act (extent), in subsection (2)(c)...Previous MatchNext Match

    3. Schedule 3Previous MatchNext Match

      Lap dancing and other sexual entertainment venues etc: transitional provisionPrevious MatchNext Match

      1. Effect of section 27: cases where no existing resolutions passedPrevious MatchNext Match

        1. 1.A resolution made on or after the coming into force...Previous MatchNext Match

      2. Effect of section 27: cases where existing resolutions in forcePrevious MatchNext Match

        1. 2.(1) Sub-paragraph (2) applies if a local authority has, before...Previous MatchNext Match

      3. Power to make transitional provision on adoption of Schedule 3 to the 1982 Act as amendedPrevious MatchNext Match

        1. 3.(1) The relevant national authority may by order make such...Previous MatchNext Match

      4. Duty to consult about adopting Schedule 3 to the 1982 Act as amendedPrevious MatchNext Match

        1. 4.(1) Sub-paragraph (2) applies if a local authority has not...Previous MatchNext Match

      5. InterpretationPrevious MatchNext Match

        1. 5.In this Schedule— “the 1982 Act” means the Local Government...Previous MatchNext Match

    4. Schedule 4Previous MatchNext Match

      Mandatory licensing conditions relating to alcoholPrevious MatchNext Match

      1. Part 1 Premises licencesPrevious MatchNext Match

        1. Types of mandatory conditionsPrevious MatchNext Match

          1. 1.After section 19(3) of the Licensing Act 2003 (c. 17)...Previous MatchNext Match

        2. Power of Secretary of State to impose section 19(4) mandatory conditionsPrevious MatchNext Match

          1. 2.After section 19 of that Act insert— Power of Secretary...Previous MatchNext Match

      2. Part 2 Club premises certificatesPrevious MatchNext Match

        1. Mandatory conditions relating to the supply of alcohol to members or guestsPrevious MatchNext Match

          1. 3.After section 73 of the Licensing Act 2003 (c. 17)...Previous MatchNext Match

        2. Power of Secretary of State to impose section 73A mandatory conditionsPrevious MatchNext Match

          1. 4.After section 73A of that Act (as inserted by paragraph...Previous MatchNext Match

    5. Schedule 5Previous MatchNext Match

      Injunctions: powers to remandPrevious MatchNext Match

      1. IntroductoryPrevious MatchNext Match

        1. 1.(1) The provisions of this Schedule apply where the court...Previous MatchNext Match

      2. Remand in custody or on bailPrevious MatchNext Match

        1. 2.(1) The court may— (a) remand the person in custody,...Previous MatchNext Match

        2. 3.(1) Where a person is remanded on bail, the court...Previous MatchNext Match

        3. 4.(1) The court may not remand a person for a...Previous MatchNext Match

      3. Further remandPrevious MatchNext Match

        1. 5.(1) If the court is satisfied that a person who...Previous MatchNext Match

      4. Postponement of taking recognizancePrevious MatchNext Match

        1. 6.Where under paragraph 2(2)(b) the court fixes the amount in...Previous MatchNext Match

      5. Requirements imposed on remand on bailPrevious MatchNext Match

        1. 7.The court may when remanding a person on bail under...Previous MatchNext Match

    6. Schedule 6Previous MatchNext Match

      Amendment of Part 3 of the Aviation Security Act 1982Previous MatchNext Match

      1. Part 1 AmendmentsPrevious MatchNext Match

        1. 1.Part 3 of the Aviation Security Act 1982 (c. 36)...Previous MatchNext Match

        2. 2.Omit section 25 (designated airports) and the cross-heading before it....Previous MatchNext Match

        3. 3.Omit section 25A (consultation about policing of designated airports). Previous MatchNext Match

        4. 4.Before section 25B (police services agreements) insert— Policing of aerodromes...Previous MatchNext Match

        5. 5.For section 25B substitute— Police services agreements (1) There must be a police services agreement in force...Previous MatchNext Match

        6. 6.(1) Section 26 (exercise of police functions) is amended as...Previous MatchNext Match

        7. 7.(1) Section 27 (prevention of theft) is amended as follows....Previous MatchNext Match

        8. 8.(1) Section 28 (byelaws) is amended as follows. Previous MatchNext Match

        9. 9.(1) Section 29 (control of road traffic) is amended as...Previous MatchNext Match

        10. 10.For sections 29A to 29D substitute— Power to refer disputes...Previous MatchNext Match

        11. 11.Omit section 30 (supplementary orders). Previous MatchNext Match

        12. 12.(1) Section 31 (interpretation etc.) is amended as follows. Previous MatchNext Match

        13. 13.In section 39 (extension of Act outside United Kingdom), in...Previous MatchNext Match

      2. Part 2 Transitional and saving provisionPrevious MatchNext Match

        1. Transitional provision for designated airportsPrevious MatchNext Match

          1. 14.(1) This paragraph applies in relation to an aerodrome if,...Previous MatchNext Match

        2. Repeal of section 30 of the 1982 ActPrevious MatchNext Match

          1. 15.(1) The repeal of section 30 of the 1982 Act...Previous MatchNext Match

    7. Schedule 7Previous MatchNext Match

      Minor and consequential amendmentsPrevious MatchNext Match

      1. Part 1 Police collaborationPrevious MatchNext Match

        1. Police Act 1996 (c. 16)Previous MatchNext Match

          1. 1.The Police Act 1996 is amended as follows. Previous MatchNext Match

          2. 2.In section 9A (general functions of the Commissioner of Police...Previous MatchNext Match

          3. 3.In section 10 (general functions of chief constables) after subsection...Previous MatchNext Match

          4. 4.In section 15(2) (direction and control of civilian employees) after...Previous MatchNext Match

          5. 5.In section 18 (supply of goods and services) after subsection...Previous MatchNext Match

          6. 6.In section 27(2) (special constables) after “Subject to” insert “...Previous MatchNext Match

          7. 7.In section 30 (jurisdiction)— (a) in subsection (3A) for “section...Previous MatchNext Match

        2. Railways and Transport Safety Act 2003 (c. 20)Previous MatchNext Match

          1. 8.The Railways and Transport Safety Act 2003 is amended as...Previous MatchNext Match

          2. 9.In section 24 (constables of the British Transport Police Force)...Previous MatchNext Match

          3. 10.In section 27 (employees of the British Transport Police Authority)...Previous MatchNext Match

        3. Energy Act 2004 (c. 20)Previous MatchNext Match

          1. 11.In section 55 of the Energy Act 2004 (members of...Previous MatchNext Match

      2. Part 2 Police authorisations in respect of communications dataPrevious MatchNext Match

        1. 12.The Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act 2000 (c. 23) is...Previous MatchNext Match

        2. 13.In section 22(5) (conditions for granting authorisation or giving notice)...Previous MatchNext Match

        3. 14.In section 23 (form and duration of authorisations and notices)...Previous MatchNext Match

        4. 15.In section 49(1)(c) (protected information coming into person's possession by...Previous MatchNext Match

        5. 16.In section 58(1)(g) (persons subject to duty of disclosure to...Previous MatchNext Match

        6. 17.In section 68(7)(g) (persons subject to duty of disclosure to...Previous MatchNext Match

      3. Part 3 Sexual offences and sex establishmentsPrevious MatchNext Match

        1. Children and Young Persons Act 1969 (c. 54)Previous MatchNext Match

          1. 18.(1) Section 32 of the Children and Young Persons Act...Previous MatchNext Match

        2. Bail Act 1976 (c. 63)Previous MatchNext Match

          1. 19.In section 4 of the Bail Act 1976 (general right...Previous MatchNext Match

        3. Child Abduction Act 1984 (c. 37)Previous MatchNext Match

          1. 20.In the Schedule to the Child Abduction Act 1984 (modifications...Previous MatchNext Match

        4. Children Act 1989 (c. 41)Previous MatchNext Match

          1. 21.In section 21 of the Children Act 1989 (provision for...Previous MatchNext Match

        5. Powers of Criminal Courts (Sentencing) Act 2000 (c. 6)Previous MatchNext Match

          1. 22.In section 19 of the Powers of Criminal Courts (Sentencing)...Previous MatchNext Match

        6. Licensing Act 2003 (c. 17)Previous MatchNext Match

          1. 23.In Part 2 of Schedule 1 to the Licensing Act...Previous MatchNext Match

        7. Sexual Offences Act 2003 (c. 42)Previous MatchNext Match

          1. 24.In section 54 of the Sexual Offences Act 2003 (meaning...Previous MatchNext Match

          2. 25.(1) Schedule 5 to that Act (other offences in respect...Previous MatchNext Match

        8. Sexual Offences (Northern Ireland) Order 2008 (S.I. 1769 (N.I. 2))Previous MatchNext Match

          1. 26.In Article 58 of the Sexual Offences (Northern Ireland) Order...Previous MatchNext Match

      4. Part 4 Alcohol misuse other than mandatory licensing conditionsPrevious MatchNext Match

        1. 27.In the Police Reform Act 2002 (c. 30), in paragraph...Previous MatchNext Match

        2. 28.(1) In the Police (Northern Ireland) Act 2003 (c. 6),...Previous MatchNext Match

      5. Part 5 Mandatory licensing conditions relating to alcoholPrevious MatchNext Match

        1. 29.The Licensing Act 2003 (c. 17) is amended as follows....Previous MatchNext Match

        2. 30.In section 24(2)(f) (form of premises licence) for “has effect”...Previous MatchNext Match

        3. 31.In section 25A(6) (grant of premises licence: supply of alcohol...Previous MatchNext Match

        4. 32.In section 35(7) (determination of application to vary premises licence)...Previous MatchNext Match

        5. 33.In section 41D(5) (variation of premises licence: supply of alcohol...Previous MatchNext Match

        6. 34.In section 52(5) (determination of application for review of premises...Previous MatchNext Match

        7. 35.In section 52A(3) (review: supply of alcohol from community premises)...Previous MatchNext Match

        8. 36.In section 53C(5) (summary reviews of premises licences) for “19,...Previous MatchNext Match

        9. 37.(1) Section 57 (duty to keep and produce licence) is...Previous MatchNext Match

        10. 38.In section 72(2)(b) and (4)(a)(ii) (determination of application for club...Previous MatchNext Match

        11. 39.In section 78(2)(e) (form of club premises certificate) for “has...Previous MatchNext Match

        12. 40.In section 85(7) (determination of application to vary club premises...Previous MatchNext Match

        13. 41.In section 88(5) (determination of application for review of club...Previous MatchNext Match

        14. 42.(1) Section 94 (duty to keep and produce certificate) is...Previous MatchNext Match

        15. 43.In section 167(7) (review of premises licence following closure order)...Previous MatchNext Match

        16. 44.(1) Section 197 (regulations and orders) is amended as follows....Previous MatchNext Match

      6. Part 6 Proceeds of crime: confiscationPrevious MatchNext Match

        1. Legal Aid, Advice and Assistance (Northern Ireland) Order 1981 (S.I. 1981/228 (N.I. 8))Previous MatchNext Match

          1. 45.(1) Part 1 of Schedule 1 to the Legal Aid,...Previous MatchNext Match

        2. Bankruptcy (Scotland) Act 1985 (c. 66)Previous MatchNext Match

          1. 46.The Bankruptcy (Scotland) Act 1985 is amended as follows. Previous MatchNext Match

          2. 47.In section 7(1) (meaning of apparent insolvency)— Previous MatchNext Match

          3. 48.(1) Section 31A (property subject to restraint order) is amended...Previous MatchNext Match

          4. 49.After section 31A insert— Property released from detention (1) This section applies where— (a) property is excluded from...Previous MatchNext Match

          5. 50.In section 31B(1)(a) (property in respect of which receivership or...Previous MatchNext Match

          6. 51.After section 31B insert— Property in respect of which realisation...Previous MatchNext Match

          7. 52.(1) Section 31C (property subject to certain orders where confiscation...Previous MatchNext Match

        3. Insolvency Act 1986 (c. 45)Previous MatchNext Match

          1. 53.The Insolvency Act 1986 is amended as follows. Previous MatchNext Match

          2. 54.(1) Section 306A (property subject to restraint order) is amended...Previous MatchNext Match

          3. 55.After section 306A insert— Property released from detention (1) This section applies where— (a) property is excluded from...Previous MatchNext Match

          4. 56.In section 306B(1)(a) (property in respect of which receivership or...Previous MatchNext Match

          5. 57.After section 306B insert— Property in respect of which realisation...Previous MatchNext Match

          6. 58.(1) Section 306C (property subject to certain orders where confiscation...Previous MatchNext Match

        4. Insolvency (Northern Ireland) Order 1989 (S.I. 1989/2405 (N.I. 19))Previous MatchNext Match

          1. 59.The Insolvency (Northern Ireland) Order 1989 is amended as follows....Previous MatchNext Match

          2. 60.(1) Article 279A (property subject to restraint order) is amended...Previous MatchNext Match

          3. 61.After Article 279A insert— Property released from detention (1) This Article applies where— (a) property is excluded from...Previous MatchNext Match

          4. 62.In Article 279B(1)(a) (property in respect of which receivership or...Previous MatchNext Match

          5. 63.After Article 279B insert— Property in respect of which realisation...Previous MatchNext Match

          6. 64.(1) Article 279C (property subject to certain orders where confiscation...Previous MatchNext Match

        5. Access to Justice Act 1999 (c. 22)Previous MatchNext Match

          1. 65.(1) Schedule 2 to the Access to Justice Act 1999...Previous MatchNext Match

        6. Proceeds of Crime Act 2002 (c. 29)Previous MatchNext Match

          1. 66.The Proceeds of Crime Act 2002 is amended as follows....Previous MatchNext Match

          2. 67.In section 69(1) (exercise of powers of court and receiver)...Previous MatchNext Match

          3. 68.In section 85 (proceedings: England and Wales) for subsection (7)...Previous MatchNext Match

          4. 69.In section 87(2) (definition of confiscation order subject to appeal:...Previous MatchNext Match

          5. 70.After section 87 insert— No further possibility of appeal (1) The following rule applies for the purposes of construing...Previous MatchNext Match

          6. 71.In section 132(1) (exercise of powers of court and administrator)...Previous MatchNext Match

          7. 72.In section 153(2) (definition of confiscation order subject to appeal:...Previous MatchNext Match

          8. 73.After section 153 insert— No further possibility of appeal (1) The following rule applies for the purposes of construing...Previous MatchNext Match

          9. 74.In section 217(1) (exercise of powers of court and receiver)...Previous MatchNext Match

          10. 75.In section 233 (proceedings: Northern Ireland) for subsection (7) substitute—...Previous MatchNext Match

          11. 76.In section 235(2) (definition of confiscation order subject to appeal:...Previous MatchNext Match

          12. 77.After section 235 insert— No further possibility of appeal (1) The following rule applies for the purposes of construing...Previous MatchNext Match

          13. 78.In section 308 (recoverable property: exceptions) after subsection (8) insert—...Previous MatchNext Match

          14. 79.In section 417 (property excluded from estate of person adjudged...Previous MatchNext Match

          15. 80.(1) Section 418 (restriction of powers where person adjudged bankrupt...Previous MatchNext Match

          16. 81.(1) Section 419 (tainted gifts by person adjudged bankrupt in...Previous MatchNext Match

          17. 82.In section 420 (property excluded from the debtor‘s estate where...Previous MatchNext Match

          18. 83.(1) Section 421 (restriction of powers where award of sequestration)...Previous MatchNext Match

          19. 84.(1) Section 422 (tainted gifts by person whose estate is...Previous MatchNext Match

          20. 85.In section 423 (property excluded from estate of person adjudged...Previous MatchNext Match

          21. 86.(1) Section 424 (restriction of powers where person adjudged bankrupt...Previous MatchNext Match

          22. 87.(1) Section 425 (tainted gifts by person who is adjudged...Previous MatchNext Match

          23. 88.(1) Section 426 (winding up under the Insolvency Act 1986)...Previous MatchNext Match

          24. 89.(1) Section 427 (tainted gifts by company: winding up in...Previous MatchNext Match

          25. 90.(1) Section 428 (winding up under the Insolvency (Northern Ireland)...Previous MatchNext Match

          26. 91.(1) Section 429 (tainted gifts by company: winding up in...Previous MatchNext Match

          27. 92.(1) Section 430 (restriction of powers where company holds property...Previous MatchNext Match

          28. 93.(1) Section 432 (insolvency practitioners) is amended as follows. Previous MatchNext Match

          29. 94.In section 453A(5) (offences in relation to financial investigators) for...Previous MatchNext Match

          30. 95.(1) Section 459 (orders and regulations) is amended as follows....Previous MatchNext Match

        7. Access to Justice (Northern Ireland) Order 2003 (S.I. 2003/435 (N.I. 10))Previous MatchNext Match

          1. 96.(1) Schedule 2 to the Access to Justice (Northern Ireland)...Previous MatchNext Match

      7. Part 7 Proceeds of crime: forfeiture of detained cashPrevious MatchNext Match

        1. Legal Aid, Advice and Assistance (Northern Ireland) Order 1981 (S.I. 1981/228 (N.I. 8))Previous MatchNext Match

          1. 97.In paragraph 3(j) of Part 1 of Schedule 1 to...Previous MatchNext Match

        2. Access to Justice Act 1999 (c. 22)Previous MatchNext Match

          1. 98.In paragraph 2(3)(l) of Schedule 2 to the Access to...Previous MatchNext Match

        3. Proceeds of Crime Act 2002 (c. 29)Previous MatchNext Match

          1. 99.The Proceeds of Crime Act 2002 is amended as follows....Previous MatchNext Match

          2. 100.In section 7 (recoverable amount for the purpose of confiscation...Previous MatchNext Match

          3. 101.(1) Section 82 (definition of “free property”) is amended as...Previous MatchNext Match

          4. 102.In section 93 (recoverable amount for the purpose of confiscation...Previous MatchNext Match

          5. 103.(1) Section 148 (definition of “free property”) is amended as...Previous MatchNext Match

          6. 104.In section 157 (recoverable amount for the purpose of confiscation...Previous MatchNext Match

          7. 105.(1) Section 230 (definition of “free property”) is amended as...Previous MatchNext Match

          8. 106.In section 278 (limit on recovery by recovery order) after...Previous MatchNext Match

          9. 107.In section 300(1) (application of cash forfeited by court under...Previous MatchNext Match

          10. 108.(1) Section 301 (victims and other owners: application for release...Previous MatchNext Match

          11. 109.(1) Section 302 (compensation) is amended as follows. Previous MatchNext Match

          12. 110.In section 341(3A)(a) and (b) (definition of detained cash investigation)...Previous MatchNext Match

          13. 111.In paragraph 3(3) of Schedule 10 (capital gains tax) after...Previous MatchNext Match

        4. Access to Justice (Northern Ireland) Order 2003 (S.I. 2003/435 (N.I. 10))Previous MatchNext Match

          1. 112.In paragraph 2(d)(xii) of Schedule 2 to the Access to...Previous MatchNext Match

        5. UK Borders Act 2007 (c. 30)Previous MatchNext Match

          1. 113.In section 24(2)(c) of the UK Borders Act 2007 (application...Previous MatchNext Match

      8. Part 8 Proceeds of crime: detained cash investigationsPrevious MatchNext Match

        1. 114.In section 18 of the Civil Jurisdiction and Judgments Act...Previous MatchNext Match

        2. 115.In section 64 of the Criminal Justice and Police Act...Previous MatchNext Match

        3. 116.For paragraph 13A of Schedule 2 to the Commissioners for...Previous MatchNext Match

      9. Part 9 ExtraditionPrevious MatchNext Match

        1. 117.In section 185(5) of the Extradition Act 2003 (c. 41)...Previous MatchNext Match

      10. Part 10 Criminal recordsPrevious MatchNext Match

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