On an appeal by the prosecutor in respect of a confiscation order1 the Court of Appeal may confirm, quash or vary the order2.
On an appeal by the prosecutor against a decision not to make a confiscation order3 the Court of Appeal may confirm the decision, or if it believes that the decision was wrong it may:
(1) itself proceed under the provisions relating to the making of a confiscation order4; or
(2) direct the Crown Court to proceed afresh under those provisions5.
On an appeal by the prosecutor or another interested person against a determination of the extent of a
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