Practice and Procedure

R (on the application of HERON) v SERIOUS ORGANISED CRIME AGENCY & ORS (2013)

PUBLISHED July 22, 2013

Although the Crown Court had not explicitly found that a property owned by a individual, acquired using a bridging loan from her former partner against whom a confiscation order had been made, was a tainted gift when the confiscation order was made, it was open to the court at the next stage of the proceedings to treat the property as if it was a tainted gift.

CA (Civ Div) (Arden LJ, Patten LJ, Beatson LJ)