Where the court makes a confiscation order1 it may make such order as it believes is appropriate for the purpose of ensuring that the order is effective (a 'compliance order')2. The court must consider whether to make a compliance order on the making of the confiscation order3 and if it does not make a compliance order then, at any later time (while the confiscation order is still in effect) on the application of the prosecutor
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