Where no court has made a decision as to whether the defendant1 has a criminal lifestyle2, or a court has decided that the defendant has a criminal lifestyle3, a gift is 'tainted'4 if:
(1) it was made by the defendant at any time after the first day of the period of six years ending with the day when proceedings for the offence concerned were started5 against the defendant ('the relevant day')6; or
(2) if it was made by the defendant at any time and was of property which was obtained7 by the defendant as a result of or in
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