- Asset confiscation
- Asset seizure
- Civil forfeiture
- Confiscation of assets
- Criminal forfeiture
- Forfeiture--Law and legislation
- Seizure of assets
- Sentences (Criminal procedure)
- found: Black's Law dictionary, 1999 (Forfeiture: 1. the divestiture of property without compensation; 2. the loss of a right, a privilege, or property because of a crime, breach of obligation, or neglect of duty; 3. something (esp. money or property) lost or confiscated by this process; a penalty. Civil forfeiture: an in rem proceeding brought by the government against property that either facilitated a crime or was acquired as a result of criminal activity. Criminal forfeiture: a governmental proceeding brought against a person as punishment for the person's criminal behavior. 4. a destruction or deprivation of some estate or right because of the failure to perform some obligation or condition contained in a contract)
- 1986-02-11: new
- 2016-12-27: revised
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