The judge said that the respondent in the case did not file any counter-affidavit to challenge the plaintiff's averment, but was only represented by a counsel who made oral application asking the court to set aside its earlier order of interim forfeiture
, on the ground that the applicant failed to prove beyond reasonable doubt that the properties in contention were stolen.
Proving a forfeiture by wrongdoing can sometimes be one of the easier things a prosecutor will do.
Of significant note, the Supreme Court, in Giles, recognized the extreme vulnerability of a battered family member and held that forfeiture by wrongdoing would often apply to situations of ongoing domestic assault.
Neily acknowledged that he has no issue with criminal forfeiture
, which occurs when the government secures a conviction, and then demonstrates that particular property was connected to the crime in some way.
The deferred compensation was subject to a substantial risk of forfeiture
since the requirement to reach aggregate charitable donations of $10 million was a condition related to the employer's tax-exempt activities or organizational goals, and the risk of forfeiture
The exact approach depends on various factors, including the size of the forfeiture
balance, the number of participants, and whether the forfeitures
were used after the end of the applicable plan year or whether they have been accumulating in a suspense account over a number of years.
Under the proposed rule, a risk of forfeiture
may be extended if it is made pursuant to a notice executed at least 90 days before the existing forfeiture
would have lapsed.
, and the government must also send written
Taking the floor, Minister of State Property and Landed Affairs Hatem El Ichi underlined that the draft law on civil forfeiture
is not in contradiction with action of the existing authorities such as the Dignity and Truth Authority, indicating that the members of this authority will be invited to give their opinions concerning the draft law.
Section 2 of RA 1379 provides that no forfeiture
petition should be filed "within one year before any general election or within three months before any special election.
half, and even held a deposition, before dropping the forfeiture
Over the past two years, a significant number of appellate courts in jurisdictions throughout the country have confronted forfeiture
clauses in trusts rather than in wills.