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NATIONAL CRIME AGENCY v HUSSAIN AND OTHERS

LLR: Financial Crime

NATIONAL CRIME AGENCY v HUSSAIN AND OTHERS

[2020] Lloyd's Rep. FC 158

QUEEN’S BENCH DIVISION((ADMINISTRATIVE COURT))

Before Mr Justice Murray

Proceeds of crime – Unexplained wealth order – Interim freezing order – “Reasonable grounds to believe” – “Reasonable grounds for suspecting” – “Facilitated the commission of a serious offence” – Whether an unexplained wealth order was more intrusive than a disclosure order and disclosure notices – Whether it was just, appropriate and proportionate to make an unexplained wealth order – Public hearing – Whether it was necessary to hear the application in private – Proceeds of Crime Act 2002, sections 357, 362A, 362B, 362C, 362D, 362H, 262I 362J, 362K, 362L and 414(3)(b) and (za) (as inserted by the Criminal Finances Act 2017) – Serious Crime Act 2007, Part 1 of Schedule 1 – European Convention on Human Rights, articles 2, 6, 8, 10, A1P1 – CPR r 39.2.

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