Fraud, Asset Tracing and Recovery

An examination of Confiscation proceedings and civil recovery,  proportionality and abuse of process.

Those accused of fraud by state agencies, private bodies and individuals, continue to face asset recovery measures and draconian legal sanctions as a part of restorative justice for complainants. This article examines the English criminal confiscation and civil recovery regimes, in terms of proportionality and abuse of process, that apply to fraud-related litigation.

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