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relinquish

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to suffer the loss of

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something that is lost or surrendered as a penalty

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a penalty for a fault or mistake that involves losing or giving up something

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the act of losing or surrendering something as a penalty for a mistake or fault or failure to perform etc

lose (s.th.) or lose the right to (s.th.) by some error, offense, or crime

surrendered as a penalty

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payable on the Forfeitable Shares will also be held in the Trust subject
Therefore, the cumulative effect of the arguments set out above is that it will often be possible to justify using forfeiture as a means of providing compensation for victims when a third party's interest in the forfeitable property is already defective.
There is a fundamental contradiction between a fiscal system that insists that all illegally earned income be taxable, and a justice system that insists that all illegally earned income be automatically forfeitable to the state.
DEP'T OF JUSTICE, Introduction to CRIMINAL FORFEITURES UNDER THE RICO AND CONTINUING CRIMINAL ENTERPRISE STATUTES 1 (1980) ("It is official Department policy that forfeiture should be vigorously sought in every RICO or CCE prosecution where substantial forfeitable property exists.
The basic outline of the debate is as follows: Defendants have been prevented from using forfeitable assets to pay attorneys' fees.
A service provider's interest in the fund is "vested" if it isn't forfeitable.
The property nonetheless is forfeitable because of a centuries-old legal fiction that says the property itself is "guilty.
The Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit agreed with Darden that his interest in the company's retirement plan was not forfeitable.
291) Section 1963(c) codifies the "relation-back" doctrine, under which "all right, title, and interest" in forfeitable property immediately vests in the government at the time of the [section] 1962 violation despite the defendant maintaining physical possession of the property until a forfeiture order is issued.
DEA believed that forfeitable assets tied to the sale of LCB were maintained in escrow at Banque Libano-Francaise totaling approximately $150 million.
TO say that papers used to commit crimes are forfeitable and may be seized is not tantamount to saying that other chattels may not be seized unless they are forfeitable.
4596%) *of which 23,521 shares represent forfeitable shares awarded on 25 March 2010 pursuant to a Lancashire Holdings Limited bonus deferral scheme
Shortly thereafter the Justice Department cut a deal with one of Hallinan's clients, a marijuana smuggler, allowing him to keep more than $4 million in forfeitable profits from drug dealing in exchange for his testimony implicating Hallinan in a drug conspiracy.
Typically, amounts deferred under an unfunded nonqualified arrangement will not be forfeitable.