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Forfeiture Act 1870

1870 CHAPTER 23 33 and 34 Vict

An Act to abolish Forfeitures for Treason and Felony, and to otherwise amend the Law relating thereto.

[4th July 1870]

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C1Short title given by Short Titles Act 1896 (c. 14)

C2Preamble omitted under authority of Statute Law Revision (No. 2) Act 1893 (c. 54)

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I1Act wholly in force at Royal Assent.

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F1Ss. 1, 5 repealed (5.11.1993) by 1993 c. 50, s. 1(1), Sch. 1, Pt. I Group1.

2 Conviction for treason or felony to be a disqualification for offices, &c. E+W+N.I.
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F2. . . if any person hereafter convicted of treason . . . F3, shall at the time of such conviction hold any military or naval office, or any civil office under the Crown or other public employment, . . . F4, or any place, office, or emolument in any university, college, or other corporation, or be entitled to any pension or superannuation allowance payable by the public, or out of any public fund, such office, . . . F4, employment, or place shall forthwith become vacant, and such pension or superannuation allowance or emolument shall forthwith determine and cease to be payable, unless such person shall receive a free pardon from Her Majesty, within two months after such conviction, or before the filling up of such office, . . . F4, employment, or place if given at a later period; and such person shall become, and (until he shall have suffered the punishment to which he had been sentenced, or such other punishment as by competent authority may be substituted for the same, or shall receive a free pardon from Her Majesty), shall continue thenceforth incapable of holding any military or naval office, or any civil office under the Crown or other public employment, . . . F4, or of being elected, or sitting, or voting as a member of either House of Parliament, or of exercising any right of suffrage or other parliamentary or municipal franchise whatever within England, Wales, or Ireland.

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F2Words in s. 2 repealed (5.11.1993) by 1993 c. 50, s. 1(1), Sch. 1, Pt. I Group1.

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C4References to Ireland to be construed as exclusive of Republic of Ireland: S.R. & O. 1923/405 (Rev. X, p. 298: 1923, p. 400), art. 2

C5S. 2 repealed (E. W. except as to London) in so far as it relates to members of local authorities by Local Government Act 1933 (c. 51), Sch. 10, Sch. 11 Pt. IV; (as to London) in so far as it relates to membership of a local authority by London Government Act 1939 (c. 40), Sch. 8 and (N.I.) in so far as it relates to members of a local body by Local Government (Members and Officers) Act (Northern Ireland) 1964 (c. 14), Sch.

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4 Compensation to persons defrauded or injured by felony. E+W+N.I.
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C6 “Court as aforesaid means the court by which judgment was pronounced or recorded

It shall be lawful for any such Court as aforesaid, if it shall think fit, upon the application of any person aggrieved, and immediately after the conviction of any person for felony, to award any sum of money, not exceeding one hundred pounds, by way of satisfaction or compensation for any loss of property suffered by the applicant through or by means of the said felony, and the amount awarded for such satisfaction or compensation shall be deemed a judgment debt due to the person entitled to receive the same from the person so convicted, and the order for payment of such amount may be enforced in such and the same manner as in the case of any costs ordered by the Court to be paid under the last preceding section of this Act.

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C6 “Court as aforesaid means the court by which judgment was pronounced or recorded

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F6Ss. 1, 5 repealed (5.11.1993) by 1993 c. 50, s. 1(1), Sch. 1, Pt. I Group1.

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33 Extent of Act.E+W+N.I.

This Act shall not apply to Scotland.

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