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The Treasury Forfeiture Fund’s (TFF) enabling legislation was first published in Public law 102-103, enacted October 6, 1992, 10Un6 Stat. 1729, and is codified under Title 31 U.S.C. 9703.

  • 18USC492: Forfeiture of counterfeit paraphernalia.
  • 18USC844: Forfeitures relating to explosive law violations.
  • 18USC924: Forfeitures relating to firearms violations.
  • 18USC1955: Forfeitures related to illegal gambling businesses.
  • 18USC Chapter 96: Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations (RICO).
  • 18USC1963: Criminal forfeitures under RICO.
  • 18USC2253: Criminal forfeiture provisions related to sexual exploitation and other abuse of children.
  • 18USC2254: Civil forfeiture provisions related to sexual exploitation and other abuse of children.
  • 18USC981: Civil forfeiture.
  • 18USC982: Criminal forfeiture.
  • 18 USC 983: General Rules for Civil Foreiture Proceedings.
  • 19USC1607: Forfeiture provisions for seizures valued $500,000 or less.
  • 21USC Chapter 13: Controlled Substances Act (CSA).
  • 21USC853: Criminal forfeiture under the CSA.
  • 21USC881: Forfeiture provisions under the CSA.
  • 28USC2461: Criminal forfeiture authority.
  • 31 USC 5317: Search and Forfeiture of Monetary Instruments.

 
Last Updated: 4/5/2011 9:54 AM

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