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In this podcast Robert Rhodes QC of Outer Temple Chambers considers the enforcement stage of confiscation proceedings. Robert will consider some of the practical aspects of the enforcement stage. This will include a consideration of where enforcement will take place, the time limits for payment of an order, the powers of the Magistrates Court and the enforcement methods available. He will then go on to discuss the circumstances in which it will be appropriate to appoint a receiver, the powers a receiver will possess and how the Crown will go about making the appointment. Robert will consider the issues a judge must be alive to during enforcement proceedings. He will further look at the significance of secured and unsecured creditors in enforcement proceedings, the impact of enforcement proceedings on the matrimonial home or a company/trust. Robert will also consider the options available when the confiscation order exceeds the Defendant’s means.

Outcomes:
After completing the course you will:
  • Know where confiscation orders can be enforced;
  • Know when a Defendant will be eligible to apply for a representation order in enforcement proceedings;
  • Be aware of the time limits for payment of a confiscation order;
  • Understand the powers available to the Magistrates Court and the enforcement methods available;
  • Know the effect of a stay of criminal enforcement proceedings on concurrent civil enforcement proceedings;
  • Understand the circumstances in which it will be appropriate to appoint a receiver;
  • Know the procedure for appointing a receiver;
  • Know the powers a receiver will possess once appointed;
  • Be aware of the issues a judge must be alive to during enforcement proceedings;
  • Understand the significance of whether a creditor is secured or unsecured in enforcement proceedings;
  • Understand what enforcement proceedings may mean for the defendant’s matrimonial home;
  • Know what considerations are to be had where a defendant has property in a company or trust;
  • Know the circumstances in which a court can get behind a company or trust;
  • Be familiar with the options available to the court where the confiscation order exceeds the Defendant’s means;
  • Know the rules when confiscation order are made in the Defendant’s absence.
Level:
Specialist Difficulty: 5 of 5
Classification:
Case Update
Practical Guide
Procedural
Sources and References:
  • Ahmed and Qureshi [2004] EWCA Crim 2599;
  • Alexander Morrison v AWG Group Ltd [2006] EWCA Civ 6;
  • Capewell [2005] 1 AER 900;
  • Compton [2002] EWCA Civ 1720;
  • CPS v Cruddas 24.1.97 CA;
  • CPS v Derby & South Derby Magistrates’ Court & Elmsley Barrett DC 5.2.10;
  • Dadourian Group International v Azuri Ltd [2005] EWHC 1768;
  • Family Law Act 1996;
  • Gartside v IRC [1968] AC 553;
  • Gibson[2008] EWCA Civ 645;
  • Glaves v CPS “Times” 22.2.11 CA;
  • Halifax Building Society v Thomas [1996] Ch 217 CA;
  • Hitch v Stone [2001] STC 214 CA;
  • Hughes v Commissioners of Custom and Excise (2003) 1 WLR 177;
  • Irwin Mitchell v RCPO and Allad [2008] EWCA Crim 1741;
  • Lloyd v Bow Street Magistrates’ Court [2004] 1 CAR 11;
  • May [2005] EWCA Crim 367;
  • Ministry of Defence v Foxley [2007] EWHC 2874 (Admin);
  • Modjiri (2010) EWCA Crim 829;
  • Odewale [2005] 2 CAR(S) 102;
  • Omar [2005] 1 CAR(S) 86;
  • Proceeds of Crime Act 2002;
  • R (Taylor) v City of Westminster MC etc [2009] EWHC 1498 Admin;
  • R v Chichester JJ, ex p Crowther DC 14 October 1988;
  • R v City of London Justices, ex p Garrow (2002) EWHC 2909;
  • R v Harrow JJ, ex p DPP (1991) 1 WLR 395;
  • Rafferty [2007] EWCA Crim 3172;
  • Re H [1996] 2 AER 391;
  • Re K [1990] 2 QB 298;
  • Re K [2005] EWCA Crim 619;
  • Re Peters [1988] QB 871 CA;
  • Re Wallbrook and Glasgow [1994] 15 CAR(S) 783, 788;
  • Re X [2004] 3 WLR 906;
  • Salomon v Salomon & Co [1897] AC 22 HL;
  • SFO v Lexi Holdings [2004] EWCA Crim 1443;
  • Shaed Younis (2009) 1 AER (D) 136;
  • Shalson v Russo [2005] Ch 281;
  • Snook v London & West Riding Investments Ltd [1967] 2 QB 786;
  • Stannard [2005] EWCA Crim 2717;
  • Syed v City of Westminster Magistrates’ Court [2010] EWHC 1617 (Admin);
  • Taylor v Lawrence [2003] QB 528;
  • Trustor AB v Smallbone (No 2) [2001] 1 WLR 1177;
  • Wallbrook & Glasgow 15 CAR(S) 783;
  • Ward Times 27.8.10 CA.
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This podcast considers issues arising from the enforcement stage of confiscation proceedings. Robert Rhodes QC from Outer Temple Chambers provides an in depth guide to enforcement and some of the practical considerations and authorities of note.

Podcast added: 17/06/11

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