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The confiscation and recovery of criminal property: a European Union state of the art

Bibliographic reference Fernandez-Bertier, Michaël. The confiscation and recovery of criminal property: a European Union state of the art. In: ERA Forum, Vol. 18, p. 1-20 (2016)
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