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Introduction
Chapter I: Evolution of Money Laundering Control
I. Laundering the Proceeds of Crime
II. The Laundering Process
III. Laundering and Its Harms
IV. Evolution of Money Laundering Control
1. The US Response
2. The Swiss Response
3. International and Regional Initiatives
V. The Twin-track Control of Money Laundering
1. Repressive Measures
2. Preventive Measures
VII. Concluding Remarks
I. The Nature of the Laundering Offence
2.1 The UK
2.2 The US
2.3 Comparative Aspects
1) The Mental State
2) Single Legislation vs. Several Pieces of Legislation
3) Predicate Crime
3.1 The Proving of the Criminal Origin of Money Generally
3.2 The Proving of the Criminal Origin in case of Mixed Money
1) A Mix of Proceeds and Legitimate Money
IV. Concluding Remarks
I. General Concept of Confiscation
II. Types of Confiscation
2.1 The First Criterion: Confiscable Property
1)Contraband Confiscation
2)Instrumentality Confiscation
2. The Second Criterion: Confiscation Systems
1)Property Confiscation
2)Value Confiscation
3. The Third Criterion: Confiscation Proceedings
1) Non-judicial Proceeding
2) Judicial Proceeding
(1) Conviction-based Proceeding
(2) Non-conviction-based Proceeding
III. The Nature of Confiscation
3.1 Contraband Confiscation
3.2 Instrumentality Confiscation
3.3 Proceeds Confiscation
IV. Non-conviction-based Confiscation and Human Rights
4.1 Case Law
1) Contraband Confiscation
2) Instrumentality Confiscation
3) Proceeds Confiscation
4.2 Examination
5.1 Conviction-based Confiscation
1) UK Criminal Confiscation
5.2 US Criminal Forfeiture
5.2 Non-conviction-based Confiscation
1) UK Civil Recovery
2) US Civil Forfeiture
6.1 The Proving of the Criminal Origin of Money Generally
1) Original Property
2) Substitute Property
2) A Mix of Proceeds from Different Crimes
3) A Mix of Proceeds from Different Occasions of Crime
and Those from Crime Committed thereafter
I. General Observations
IL State Jurisdiction under International Law
III. Unilateral Actions to International Confiscation and International Law
3.1 Investigation
1) Extraterritorial Disclosure Order
3.2 Preservation
3.3 Confiscation
IV. Mutual Legal Assistance in International Confiscation
4.1 Legal Frameworks
1) International Regime
(2) The Money Laundering Convention
2) Domestic Regime
4.2 Examination and Suggestions
1) Investigation
2) Preservation
3) Confiscation
V. Concluding Remarks
I. The Laundering Offence
1. Emerging Economies
2. Thailand
III. International Confiscation
Conclusion
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