Where a restraint order1 is discharged on the ground that no proceedings in respect of relevant offences2 are instituted within a reasonable time3, compensation may be ordered to be paid4.
Compensation may be ordered to be paid where a forfeiture order5 or a restraint order is made in relation to proceedings for a relevant offence which:
(1) do not result in conviction for a relevant offence6;
(2) result in conviction for such a relevant offence in respect of which the person convicted is subsequently pardoned7; or
(3) result in conviction for such a relevant offence which is subsequently quashed8.
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