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The object of the Act is to combat money laundering and terror financing.— Bernard Hotz, Werksmans
The Criminal Procedure Act says it may in some instances be necessary to conduct a search without warrant.— Bernard Hotz, Werksmans
An inspector may enter without a warrant if there is consent by the owner, or if the inspector on reasonable grounds believes he’ll obtain a warrant if he was to apply, but that the delay in obtaining a warrant is likely to defeat the purpose for which the inspector seeks to enter the premises.— Bernard Hotz, Werksmans
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