If the Crown Court decides1 that the defendant has benefited from criminal conduct it must decide the recoverable amount2 and make a confiscation order requiring him to pay that amount3. The court is, however, required to treat this duty as a power if either a criminal unlawful profit order4 has been made, or the court believes such an order may be made, against the defendant in respect of profit made by the defendant in connection with the conduct
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