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What is POCA?

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POCA stands for the Proceeds of Crime Act which was first implemented in 2000. This is a law in relation to the recovery of criminal assets, that can be obtained without all parties in the case being present, including the Defence. Who Imposes POCA? These orders can be imposed by the investigating authorities on your assets, which will freeze them. Any money earned as a result of, or in connection with, an offence can be recovered under the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002. The crown court must consider making a confiscation order if: The defendant is convicted of an offense...

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What is First, Second and Third Party Fraud?

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Fraud is a wide subject, and there are actually 3 different varieties of fraud: First, second and third party. So what is the difference between all 3 of them? Different Types of Fraud: First Party Fraud This is where an individual or group of people misrepresent their identity or give false information. This may be done when they are applying for a product or service, and is done with the aim of getting more favourable rates. Unfortunately, this may also be done when they want to make a false claim against an insurer to obtain a payment. Examples of First Party...

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