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R v HILTON

LLR: Financial Crime

R v HILTON

[2020] Lloyd's Rep. FC 339

SUPREME COURT

Before Lord Kerr,Lord Wilson,Lord Lloyd-Jones,Lord Briggs,Lady Arden

Confiscation – Proceeds of Crime Act 2002, Part 4, section 160A (section 10A for England and Wales) – Criminal confiscation – Procedure – When must proposal to make confiscation order be intimated to interested third-parties – Whether mandatory to do so – Whether judge “was determining the available amount” for the purposes of section 160A (section 10A).

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