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Serious Crime Act 2015

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29Orders for securing compliance with confiscation order
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After section 163 of the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002 insert—

163AOrders for securing compliance with confiscation order

(1)This section applies where the court makes a confiscation order.

(2)The court may make such order as it believes is appropriate for the purpose of ensuring that the confiscation order is effective (a “compliance order”).

(3)The court must consider whether to make a compliance order—

(a)on the making of the confiscation order, and

(b)if it does not make a compliance order then, at any later time (while the confiscation order is still in effect) on the application of the prosecutor.

(4)In considering whether to make a compliance order, the court must, in particular, consider whether any restriction or prohibition on the defendant’s travel outside the United Kingdom ought to be imposed for the purpose mentioned in subsection (2).

(5)The court may discharge or vary a compliance order on an application made by—

(a)the prosecutor;

(b)any person affected by the order.

163BAppeals against orders under section 163A

(1)If on an application under section 163A(3)(b) the Crown Court decides not to make a compliance order, the prosecutor may appeal to the Court of Appeal against the decision.

(2)The following persons may appeal to the Court of Appeal in respect of the Crown Court’s decision to make, discharge or vary a compliance order—

(a)the prosecutor;

(b)any person affected by the order.

(3)On an appeal under subsection (1) or (2) the Court of Appeal may—

(a)confirm the decision, or

(b)make such order as it believes is appropriate.

(4)An appeal lies to the Supreme Court against a decision of the Court of Appeal under subsection (3).

(5)An appeal under subsection (4) lies at the instance of any person who was a party to the proceedings before the Court of Appeal.

(6)On an appeal under subsection (4) the Supreme Court may—

(a)confirm the decision of the Court of Appeal, or

(b)make such order as it believes is appropriate.

(7)In this section “compliance order” means an order made under section 163A.

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