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Sanctions and Anti-Money Laundering Act 2018

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41Procedure for dealing with goods etc seized from ships

(1)The Secretary of State may by regulations make provision about the procedure to be followed in connection with goods seized under a power conferred by regulations under section 1 by virtue of section 19 or 20.

(2)Regulations under this section relating to goods seized on suspicion of being prohibited goods or relevant goods may include provision—

(a)requiring prescribed persons to be notified of the seizure of the goods;

(b)requiring the Secretary of State to determine whether the seized goods were, at the time of their seizure, prohibited goods (where the goods were seized under a power conferred by virtue of section 19) or relevant goods (where the goods were seized under a power conferred by virtue of section 20);

(c)enabling the making of a claim by prescribed persons in relation to the seized goods;

(d)about the determination by a prescribed court of any such claim;

(e)about the publicity to be given to any such determination by a court;

(f)for and about the return of seized goods to prescribed persons before or after any such determination of a claim by a court;

(g)about the treatment of seized goods not so returned (including, in prescribed circumstances, their destruction or sale);

(h)for and about the payment of compensation by the Secretary of State following a determination by a court that the goods were not, at the time of their seizure, prohibited goods (where the goods were seized under a power conferred by virtue of section 19) or relevant goods (where the goods were seized under a power conferred by virtue of section 20).

(3)In this section—

  • “goods” has the same meaning as in sections 19 and 20 (see subsections (13) of those sections);

  • “prohibited goods” has the same meaning as in section 19 (see subsection (13) of that section);

  • “relevant goods” has the same meaning as in section 20 (see subsection (11) of that section).

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