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Confiscation of the proceeds of crime (6 points)



Not offered in 2003.

Synopsis: After a brief examination of the history of various forms of confiscation students will be required to study the conceptual basis upon which property is confiscated in various jurisdictions and to understand the legislative and organisational framework under which asset confiscation is undertaken in Australia at both federal and state levels. The subject is designed to provide students with insight into the principal issues thrown up by asset confiscation, including the concepts of 'property' and 'benefit'.

Assessment: Two research assignments (3000 words each): 80% + Class participation: 20%

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