Date of Award
Bachelor of Laws Honours
School of Business & Law
Field of Research Code
The Western Australian Government stated that the Criminal Property Confiscation Act 2000 (WA) (‘CPCA’) will provide ‘the strongest and most effective’ confiscation powers in the world.1 It was observed by the High Court that the CPCA has enabled a confiscation of property scheme that has a ‘significant impact upon personal and property rights.’2 Strong powers to fight crime are justified, but it is critical that these powers are used responsibly and that innocent parties are protected. This thesis considers the extent to which the objection to confiscation provisions in Part 6 of the CPCA (‘the protections’) operate to protect the family home of an ‘innocent party’.
Bond, J. (2018). To what extent do the objection to confiscation provisions in Part 6 of the Criminal Property Confiscation Act 2000 (WA) protect the family home of an 'innocent party' from confiscation?. Retrieved from https://ro.ecu.edu.au/theses_hons/1512