Proceeds of Crime (Civil Confiscation) Act, 2008
Proceeds of Crime (Civil Confiscation) (Procedure) Rules, 2016
Statutory Instrument 12 of 2016
- Commenced on 15 March 2016
- [This is the version of this document at 15 March 2016.]
1. CitationThese Rules may be cited as the Proceeds of Crime (Civil Confiscation) (Procedure) Rules, 2016.
3. Procedure for matters under the Act
4. Commencing applications
5. Notice and service
6. Rules for affidavits
7. Procedure for ex parte applications
8. Procedure for inter partes applications
9. Hearing of inter partes applications
10. Order of issues where belief evidence submitted
11. Consent ordersWhere all the parties to any matter under the Act sign and file a consent, the Court shall treat that consent as an application under section 19(b) of the Act and may make orders in accordance with the consent under section 19 of the Act. The consent shall be incorporated by reference in the judgment and remain on the Court file.
13. Transitional provisionNothing in these Rules shall affect the validity of any step taken or any other thing done in a matter under the Act which was pending immediately before the commencement of these Rules. Such matters shall be continued and completed in accordance with these Rules except where the Court for good cause otherwise directs.
History of this document
15 March 2016 this version