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Money laundering


The Money Laundering Regulations 2003 came into force on 1 March 2004. They apply to property transactions and require detailed procedures for client identification and reporting. Guidance for solicitors has been published by the Law Society, available on its website: www.lawsociety.org.uk. The Bar Council has also provided guidance on the regulations.

Articles:

  • Money Laundering by Matthew Moore A two part series. (Solicitors Journal, 6 February 2004, p131 and 13 February 2004, p165).

  • "Bulwarks in the fight against crime by Charles Ward Another article on the subject. (Estates Gazette, 21 February 2004, p131).


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