NEWS: ‘Improvements’ needed in certain European countries when it comes to management of frozen property – Warsaw Convention

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By Elizabeth Hearst for AMLi

Most European nations have implemented sufficient legislation to ensure the proper management of frozen or seized property, although “improvements” are still needed in some countries. 

According to a new report released by the Warsaw Convention evaluates the efforts of 37 states in compliance with Article 6 of the Treaty, which aims to “ensure a systematic approach to the management of seized and frozen assets until the judicial authorities confirm the final confiscation order.”

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