The High Court may make a restraint order in two situations1. First, it may make a restraint order where:
(1) proceedings have been instituted in England and Wales for a relevant offence2;
(2) the proceedings have not been concluded3;
(3) an application for a restraint order is made to the High Court by the prosecutor4; and
(4) a forfeiture order5 has been made, or it appears to the High Court that a forfeiture order may be made, in the proceedings for the offence6.
Secondly, the High Court may make a restraint order where:
(a) a criminal investigation has been started
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