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There has been a steady trickle of press reports into cases of socalled grand corruption. The scale of the wealth reported to have been acquired in such cases is staggering and can even threaten economic development and stability of whole countries. One can but contrast this wealth with the...
We conclude in Chapter One that an English criminal court is unlikely to have jurisdiction to try foreign public officials for grand corruption as their wrongful conduct would have taken place overseas.
The Committee has considered the present state of English civil law in relation to remedies available to victims of money laundering. We summarise here the relevant rules and principles of English law. See Summary of the current legal position below.
In this chapter, the options for funding largescale corruption actions for the recovery of assets and the seizure of assets as part of civil claims for damages for human rights abuse are considered. We have sought to set out our understanding of particular funding mechanisms which are either...
The investigation and enforcement subgroup felt that its contribution to this project was best made by suggesting answers to this question
In preparing this report, the compliance subgroup has set out to a summarise the current compliance regime as a matter of law and practice, b identify particular problem areas within that regime concerning public sector officials PSOs, and c suggest recommendations for change. The result may be...
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