The Role in of Section.10a (s.10a)in Confiscation Order Enforcements – A Useful Tool for Local Authorities to get it Right First Time – Drystone Chambers

Posted May 16th, 2017 in confiscation, enforcement, local government, news, third parties by sally

‘On the 1st June 2015, the Serous Crime Act 2015 enacted section 10a of POCA 2002. The section is designed to allow Crown Courts to make a determination on third party rights at the confiscation hearing rather than leaving the decision to the enforcement hearing in the Magistrates Court or in another forum such as in the family courts.’

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Drystone Chambers, 15th May 2017