Third Parties’ Compulsory Powers under the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002
At Tuckers Solicitors our specialist team of highly skilled lawyers provides first class legal advice in all matters relating to Third Parties’ Compulsory Powers under the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002.
Third party assets may be restrained, and at the enforcement stage, action may be taken by a receiver to release property, in which third parties may be claiming an interest. Third parties are entitled to have their claims determined by a court, although not as a part of the confiscation proceedings.
Our team will help evaluate the merits of your case and provide the most competent representation to ensure that your rights are secured.
If you are affected by such proceedings it is necessary to seek immediate specialist legal advice. Our Lawyers are available 24 hours a day, providing immediate, first class legal advice, representation and assistance during legal proceedings. Please contact our Confiscation, Restraint and Cash Forfeiture Department on 020 7388 8333 or email email@example.com