(1) the court makes a confiscation order under the provisions relating to the making of such an order1 as applied by the provisions for the making of an order where the defendant2 has been neither convicted nor acquitted3;
(2) the defendant ceases to be an absconder4;
(3) he is convicted of an offence (or any of the offences) in respect of which proceedings were not cancelled5;
(4) he believes that the amount required to be paid was too large (taking the circumstances prevailing when the amount was found for the purposes of the order)6
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