(1) a court has made a confiscation order1;
(2) there is evidence which was not available to the prosecutor at the relevant time2;
(3) the prosecutor believes that if the court were to find the amount of the defendant's benefit3 it would exceed the relevant amount4;
(4) before the end of the period of six years starting with the date of conviction5 the prosecutor applies6 to the Crown Court to consider the evidence7; and
(5) after considering the evidence, the court believes it is appropriate for it to proceed to reconsider the benefit8,
or, where a defendant ceases to
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