Organised Crime and Proceeds of Crime Law in SA
This publication provides commentary and insight into South African criminal law and includes practical features such as flow charts to demonstrate procedures, specimen charge sheets and notices of motion incor
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This publication provides commentary and insight into South African criminal law and includes practical features such as flow charts to demonstrate procedures, specimen charge sheets and notices of motion incorporating draft orders regarding asset forfeiture and confiscation
Organised crime is a growing phenomenon, but is not yet a well-developed area of law in South Africa, and until now, there has been no reliable publication that details the main aspects of the Prevention of Organised Crime Act 121 of 1998 (POCA). Organised Crime and Proceeds of Crime Law in South Africa examines POCA with reference to court decisions in South Africa, as well as the USA and the UK.
Table of contents
Chapter 1 - Background
Chapter 2 - Racketeering
Chapter 3 - Money laundering
Chapter 4 - Gangs
Chapter 5 - Restraint and confiscation orders: The proceeds of unlawful activities
Chapter 6 - Civil recovery of property: Preservation-of-property orders and forfeiture orders
Chapter 7 - Terrorism
Chapter 8 - General and procedural aspects