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R v Fred and Ors (MA 263 of 2021)  SCSC 14 (13 January 2022);
 I have carefully read the Notice of Motion for a Disposal Order made in this matter and the avernments contained therein, together with the Affidavit of Police Officer Terrence Roseline in support of the said Application. I have also carefully listened to Learned Cousnel representing the Applicant, Ms. Thomspon. Having done so I am satisfied that it is just and necessary that a Disposal Order be made in this matter as I am satisfied that an Interlocutory Order was made by this Court on the 1st of October 2020 under section 4 of the POCA Act and this has been in force for not more than 12 months in relation to the said property.
 Secondly, that there is no Appeal pending before the Court of Appeal in respect of the said Interlocutory Order or any other Order under section 4 of the POCA Act.
 Third , that there is no Application pending under section 4(3) of the POCA Act before any Court in respect of the said property.
 Therefore, I Order that the specified property being the sum of cash equivalent of Secyhelles Rupees Ninety-One Thousand (SCR 91, 000) obtained from the sale of vehicle S17795 be disposed of, accordingly.
 In so doing I order that this be done less any bank charges which the Absa Bank Seychelles maybe entitled to deduct by transfer to the Republic as provided for in section 5 of the POCA.
 I rule accordingly.
Signed, dated and delivered at Ile du Port Victoria on the 13th January 2022.