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Back Where It Belongs
The Kenya agreement is an encouraging example of such fruits being returned to their rightful owners.
Jersey
14 Feb 2019
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I Certify This Is A True Likeness And Copy…
To protect against fraud, money laundering and terrorist financing, the finance industry obtain key customer details known as Customer Due Diligence (CDD) before engaging in business.
Jersey
2 Aug 2017
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Fraud: A Jersey Perspective
Investigating and pursuing serious and complex fraud claims is about staying ahead of the game. Most serious frauds will have an international element, whether in the substantive action or in asset recovery.
Jersey
27 Mar 2017
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Who's On The Bus? Decision Of UKSC Could Have Wide-Reaching Consequences
This year Baker & Partners sponsored the University of Leicester Law Review Essay Contest, with the winner Jeremy Elliott receiving a week's placement with the firm.
Jersey
4 Jul 2016
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Shades Of The Prison-House; Non-Payment Of Judgment Debts
The International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights ("ICCPR") is a United Nations multilateral treaty which extends to Jersey.
Jersey
13 Jan 2016
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Is There A Requirement To Prove Property Derived From Crime To Prosecute An Offence Of Money Laundering?
This case has brought to the fore a very interesting question in the field of money laundering. The issue at stake was the following: in relation to the laundering offence contained in section 93C(2) of the Criminal Justice Act 1988 and section 49(2) of the Drug Trafficking Act 1994 (the "Acts"), is there a requirement for the prosecution to prove that the property being converted is in fact the proceeds of crime?
Jersey
 
20 Jul 2011
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