Complex Frauds & Financial Crimes

http://media.wiley.com/product_data/excerpt/05/EHEP0015/EHEP001505-4.pdf

If money from
a specifically unlawful act (SUA) is commingled with funds generated from legitimate sources, all of the
funds are subject to confiscation. If the laundered money is then converted into other assets (e.g., stocks,
bonds, homes, cars, etc.), the other assets are subject to forfeiture. Furthermore, if the other assets are in
the names of persons other than those involved in the money laundering or criminal activity, the assets
would still be subject to forfeiture. Criminal, civil, and administrative seizures are facilitated with a seizure
warrant.

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