Confiscation abroad

How will the claim be collected?

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Voluntary collection

1. Invoice


2. Notice of legal enforcement of claim

Legal enforcement

3. Notice of attachment proceedings


4. Attachment proceedings


Your options

If the prosecuting authorities believe that someone has profited from a crime, the proceeds are normally ordered to be confiscated. Confiscation can be imposed in a judgement, a penalty notice or a fixed penalty notice.

We only collect on claims that involve the confiscation of money.

If you wish to apply for cancellation of the confiscation, it is the authority that established the claim that will consider your application. Enforcement of the claim will not be stopped while the application is being considered unless we are told to do so by the authority that established the claim.

Relevant legal authority

- final and binding judgment / accepted fixed penalty notice, cf. the Enforcement of Claims Act Section 4-1 second paragraph letters f, g and h

- Act relating to the execution of Nordic sentences etc. Section 24 third paragraph, cf. the Criminal Procedure Act Section 456 third paragraph

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