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30.—(1) If a relevant institution knows or suspects that a relevant person—
(a)is a designated person, or
(b)has committed an offence under articles 10(2), 11(2), 13, 22(1) or (2), 30(4),
it shall disclose to the Governor the information or other matter specified in paragraph (2) as soon as is reasonably practicable after that information or other matter comes to its attention.
(2) A relevant institution, when it makes a disclosure to the Governor under paragraph (1), shall state—
(a)the information or other matter on which the knowledge or suspicion is based;
(b)any information it holds about the relevant person by which the person can be identified; and
(c)where the relevant person is a designated person, the nature and amount or quantity of any funds or economic resources held by the relevant institution for that person since the person first became a designated person.
(3) A relevant institution shall inform the Governor without delay if it credits a frozen account in accordance with article 12(2).
(4) A relevant institution which fails to comply with the requirement in paragraph (1), (2) or (3) is guilty of an offence under this Order.
(5) In this article “relevant person” means—
(a)a customer of the relevant institution;
(b)a person who has been a customer of the relevant institution at any time on or after 26th February 2011(1) and has ceased to be a customer; or
(c)a person with whom the relevant institution has had dealings in the course of business on or after that date.
(6) Where a relevant institution discloses to the Governor—
(a)its knowledge or suspicion that a person is a designated person or a person who has committed an offence under articles 10(2), 11(2), 13, 22(1) or (2) or 30(4); or
(b)any information or other matter on which that knowledge or suspicion is based, under paragraph (2)(b) and (c) above;
the disclosure shall not be treated as a breach of any restriction imposed by statute or otherwise.
This is the date on which the Security Council resolution 1970 (2011) came into force.
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