Under the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002 the government has the right to remove the assets of those convicted of criminal activity. A confiscation order demands that a convicted defendant pay an amount which represents his profit from crime.

If the Confiscation order is not paid in the time allowed by the court you will face a Default sentence, the length of which depends on the amount you are required to pay.

Such orders are extremely draconian and it is vital that you receive expert help and advice from an early stage, Reeves & Co have the expertise and experience to fight these demands successfully and will use our detailed knowledge to protect your assets.

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