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R v Gor

Lloyd's Law Reporter Financial Crime

R v Gor

Confiscation proceedings - General criminal conduct - Real property - Valuation of property as benefit - Property obtained through mortgage fraud - Property disposed of prior to confiscation - Relevance of time to pay - Proceeds of Crime Act 2002, sections 14, 79 and 80

The appellant was the subject of a confiscation order, made under the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002 ("POCA"), to pay £927,356.35. This sum reflected the appellant's benefit from "general criminal conduct", assessed following his guilty pleas to two "immigration" offences.

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