If a court has made a confiscation order1, the defendant2 dies while the order is not satisfied3, and the designated officer for a magistrates' court applies to the Crown Court for the discharge of the order4, the court may discharge the order if it appears to the court that it is not possible to recover anything from the estate of the deceased for the purpose of satisfying the order to any extent
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