Counter-Terrorism Act 2008
Elizabeth II - Chapter 28
- Great Britain
- TSO (The Stationery Office)
The 'Counter-Terrorism Act 2008' received Royal Assent on 26 November 2008. It is an Act to: confer further powers to gather and share information for counter-terrorism and other purposes; to make further provision about the detention and questioning of terrorist suspects and the prosecution and punishment of terrorist offences; to impose notification requirements on persons convicted of such offences; to confer further powers to act against terrorist financing, money laundering and certain other activities; to provide for review of certain Treasury decisions and about evidence in, and other matters connected with, review proceedings; to amend the law relating to inquiries; to amend the definition of "terrorism"; to amend the enactments relating to terrorist offences, control orders and the forfeiture of terrorist cash; to provide for recovering the costs of policing at certain gas facilities; to amend provisions about the appointment of special advocates in Northern Ireland; and for connected purposes.
Divided into 8 parts:
Part 1 - Powers to Gather and Share Information
Part 2 - Post-charge Questioning of Terrorist Suspects
Part 3 - Prosecution and Punishment of Terrorist Offences
Part 4 - Notification Requirements
Part 5 - Terrorist Financing and Money Laundering
Part 6 - Financial Restrictions Proceedings
Part 7 - Miscellaneous
Part 8 - Supplementary Provisions.
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