Amendments proposed to the Proceeds of Crime, As Amended - continued House of Commons

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Mr Secretary Blunkett

83

Page     20,     line     24     [Clause     30],     leave out from second 'the' to 'he' in line 25 and insert 'relevant period'.

   

Mr Secretary Blunkett

84

Page     20,     line     33     [Clause     30],     at end insert—

    '(3)   The relevant period is the period of 28 days starting with—

      (a) the date on which the defendant was convicted of the offence mentioned in section 29(2)(a), or

      (b) if there are two or more offences and the the convictions were on different dates, the date of the latest.

    (4)   But in a case where section 29(2)(a) applies to more than one offence the court must not make an order under this section unless it is satisfied that there is no possibility of any further proceedings being taken or continued in relation to any such offence in respect of which the defendant has not been convicted.'.


   

Mr Secretary Blunkett

192

Page     28,     line     34     [Clause     42],     leave out from 'by' to 'or' in line 35 and insert 'the defendant'.


   

Mr Secretary Blunkett

85

Page     37,     line     10     [Clause     55],     leave out subsection (7).


   

Mr Secretary Blunkett

86

Page     38,     line     28     [Clause     57],     leave out subsection (6).


   

Norman Baker
Mr Alistair Carmichael
Annette Brooke

140

Page     45,     line     4     [Clause     70],     leave out 'an' and insert 'a serious'.


   

Mr Oliver Letwin
Mr Dominic Grieve
Mr Nick Hawkins
Mr David Wilshire

46

Page     46,     line     2     [Clause     72],     leave out 'Serious' and insert 'Negligent'.

   

Mr Oliver Letwin
Mr Dominic Grieve
Mr Nick Hawkins
Mr David Wilshire

47

Page     46,     line     13     [Clause     72],     leave out 'serious' and insert 'negligent'.

   

Mr Oliver Letwin
Mr Dominic Grieve
Mr Nick Hawkins
Mr David Wilshire

48

Page     46,     line     19     [Clause     72],     leave out 'serious' and insert 'negligent'.

   

Norman Baker
Mr Alistair Carmichael
Annette Brooke

198

Page     46,     line     24     [Clause     72],     leave out 'held realisable property and'.

   

Norman Baker
Mr Alistair Carmichael
Annette Brooke

291

Page     46,     line     25     [Clause     72],     leave out 'it' and insert 'him'.


   

Mr Oliver Letwin
Mr Dominic Grieve
Mr Nick Hawkins
Mr David Wilshire

10

Page     48,     line     5     [Clause     75],     leave out 'has a criminal lifestyle' and insert 'is a dishonest offender for gain'.

   

Norman Baker
Mr Alistair Carmichael
Annette Brooke

199

Page     48,     line     9     [Clause     75],     leave out paragraphs (a) to (c) and insert—

      '(a) it is an offence set out in Schedule [Criminal lifestyle offences].

   

Mr Oliver Letwin
Mr Dominic Grieve
Mr Nick Hawkins
Mr David Wilshire

171

Page     48,     line     11     [Clause     75],     leave out paragraph (c).

   

Norman Baker
Mr Alistair Carmichael
Annette Brooke

142

Page     48,     line     13     [Clause     75],     leave out 'an' and insert 'a serious'.

   

Norman Baker
Mr Alistair Carmichael
Annette Brooke

200

Page     48,     line     17     [Clause     75],     after 'offences', insert 'to a minimum of £3,000.'

   

Mr Oliver Letwin
Mr Dominic Grieve
Mr Nick Hawkins
Mr David Wilshire

49

Page     48,     line     22     [Clause     75],     at end insert—

    '(4)   It shall be open to any defendant to adduce evidence in rebuttal that the condition is satisfied and if such evidence is adduced the court may hold that he is not a dishonest offender for gain, notwithstanding the conditions being satisfied, if it considers that there would be a real risk of injustice so to do.'.


   

Mr Oliver Letwin
Mr Dominic Grieve
Mr Nick Hawkins
Mr David Wilshire

11

Page     49,     line     11     [Clause     77],     leave out 'has a criminal lifestyle' and insert 'is a dishonest offender for gain'.

   

Mr Oliver Letwin
Mr Dominic Grieve
Mr Nick Hawkins
Mr David Wilshire

12

Page     49,     line     13     [Clause     77],     leave out 'has a criminal lifestyle' and insert 'is a dishonest offender for gain'.

   

Mr Oliver Letwin
Mr Dominic Grieve
Mr Nick Hawkins
Mr David Wilshire

13

Page     49,     line     23     [Clause     77],     leave out 'does not have a criminal lifestyle' and insert 'is not a dishonest offender for gain'.


   

Mr Secretary Blunkett

87

Page     50,     line     3     [Clause     78],     leave out 'the defendant obtained it' and insert 'of the transfer'.

   

Mr Oliver Letwin
Mr Dominic Grieve
Mr Nick Hawkins
Mr David Wilshire

51

Page     50,     line     4     [Clause     78],     leave out 'obtained it' and insert 'makes such transfer'.

   

Mr Secretary Blunkett

88

Page     50,     line     9     [Clause     78],     leave out 'the defendant obtained it' and insert 'of the transfer'.

   

Mr Oliver Letwin
Mr Dominic Grieve
Mr Nick Hawkins
Mr David Wilshire

54

Page     50,     line     12     [Clause     78],     at end insert—

    '(4)   If the recipient of a tainted gift obtained the property in good faith, without knowledge of it being a defendant's benefit from criminal conduct, then, if the value of such tainted gift is found to be greater at the date the property was given than at the date the property is confiscated, the difference in such value shall be recoverable from the defendant but not from the recipient of the gift.'.


   

Norman Baker
Mr Alistair Carmichael
Annette Brooke

135

Page     56,     line     11     [Clause     94],     after 'must', insert 'normally'.

   

Norman Baker
Mr Alistair Carmichael
Annette Brooke

204

Page     56,     line     11     [Clause     94],     leave out 'three' and insert 'four'.

   

Mr Oliver Letwin
Mr Dominic Grieve
Mr Nick Hawkins
Mr David Wilshire

146

Page     56,     line     12     [Clause     94],     at end insert 'and the court considers that there is no real risk of injustice from it so proceeding'.

   

Norman Baker
Mr Alistair Carmichael
Annette Brooke

205

Page     56,     line     23     [Clause     94],     at end insert—

    '(4A)   The fourth condition is that, after considering the evidence contained in a statement of information prepared by the prosecutor under section 104, the court believes that it is appropriate for it to act under this section.'.

   

Mr Oliver Letwin
Mr Dominic Grieve
Mr Nick Hawkins
Mr David Wilshire

14

Page     56,     line     25     [Clause     94],     leave out 'has a criminal lifestyle' and insert 'is a dishonest offender for gain'.

   

Mr Oliver Letwin
Mr Dominic Grieve
Mr Nick Hawkins
Mr David Wilshire

15

Page     56,     line     26     [Clause     94],     leave out 'has a criminal lifestyle' and insert 'is a dishonest offender for gain'.

   

Mr Oliver Letwin
Mr Dominic Grieve
Mr Nick Hawkins
Mr David Wilshire

16

Page     56,     line     28     [Clause     94],     leave out 'does not have a criminal lifestyle' and insert 'is not a dishonest offender for gain'.

   

Mrs Secretary Liddell

230

Page     56,     line     33     [Clause     94],     leave out from 'pay' to end of line 34 and insert 'that amount'.

   

Norman Baker
Mr Alistair Carmichael
Annette Brooke

206

Page     56,     line     41     [Clause     94],     at end insert—

    '(8A)   In making representations to the court under subsection (8), any person whom the court thinks is likely to be affected shall be entitled to appear before the court.'.


   

Mr Oliver Letwin
Mr Dominic Grieve
Mr Nick Hawkins
Mr David Wilshire

148

Page     57,     line     2     [Clause     94],     leave out 'balance of probabilities' and insert 'standard of proof applicable in civil proceedings'.

   

Mrs Secretary Liddell

232

Page     57,     line     3     [Clause     94],     leave out 'absconds' and insert 'is unlawfully at large'.

   

Mr Oliver Letwin
Mr Dominic Grieve
Mr Nick Hawkins
Mr David Wilshire

150

Page     57,     line     16     [Clause     96],     at end insert—

    '(1A)   But the accused shall not be held to have benefited to the extent that such benefit has already been forfeited by reason of any other power or enactment.'.


   

Mr Oliver Letwin
Mr Dominic Grieve
Mr Nick Hawkins
Mr David Wilshire

17

Page     58,     line     38     [Clause     99],     leave out 'has a criminal lifestyle' and insert 'is a dishonest offender for gain'.

 
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