Following a three day trial in the Chancery Division, the High Court has today made a declaration that some of the money seized by the NCA from Gary Robb, a property fraudster who operated in the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus, belongs to UK victims of crime. This was the first time that the provisions of section 281 of the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002 had been examined.
Robert Morris represented 8 of the victims.
23rd December 2014
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