Deprivation Order

Deprivation Order in Europe

Deprivation Order in Germany

Provisions relating to deprivation order in the German Criminal Code [1]: This criminal issue is covered by Chapter Twenty-five, under the heading “Criminal Self-seeking,” located in Section 295 Deprivation order, which reads: Hunting and fishing equipment, dogs and other animals that the principal or secondary participant had with them or used during the commission of the offence may be subject to a deprivation order. Section 74a shall apply.

Deprivation Order in Germany

Provisions relating to deprivation order in the German Criminal Code [1]: This criminal issue is covered by Chapter Twenty-nine, under the heading “Offences Against the Environment,” located in Section 330c Deprivation order, which reads: If an offence under section 326, section 327 (1) or (2), section 328, section 329 (1), (2) or (3), the latter also in conjunction with (4) has been committed, bjects, which were generated by the offence or used or intended for use in its 1. commission or preparation; and 2. objects, to which the offence relates may be subject to a deprivation order. Section 74a shall apply.

Deprivation Order in Germany

Provisions relating to deprivation order in the German Criminal Code [1]: This criminal issue is covered by Chapter Twenty-eight, under the heading “Offences Causing a Common Danger,” located in Section 322 Deprivation order, which reads: If an offence under sections 306 to 306c, sections307 to 314 or section 316c has been committed objects that were generated by the act or used or intended for use in its commission 1. or preparation; and 2. objects, to which an offence under sections 310 to 312, section 314 or section 316c relates may be subject to a deprivation order.

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Notes

  1. The content of the translated German penal code in relation to deprivation order is current as of 2010

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Notes

  1. The content of the translated German penal code in relation to deprivation order is current as of 2010

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Notes

  1. The content of the translated German penal code in relation to deprivation order is current as of 2010

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