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The article reviews the approach in differing jurisdictions to forfeiture of "unexplained wealth" through non-criminal proceedings in the civil courts, and analyses a recent decision of the UK Supreme Court in focusing on whether laws on civil forfeiture could be a new weapon in curbing the rise of betting related corruption in professional sport.
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    • 31 Serious Organised Crime Agency v Gale [2011] UKSC 49; [2012] H.R.L.R. 5 at [115].
    • 32 Serious Organised Crime Agency v Gale [2011] UKSC 49; [2012] H.R.L.R. 5 at [19].
    • 33 Walsh v Director of Assets Recovery Agency [2005] NICA 6; R. (on the application of the Director of Assets Recovery Agency) v Jia jin He No.2 [2004] EWHC 3021 (Admin.).
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