compensation order


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compensation order

n
(Law) (in Britain) the requirement of a court that an offender pay compensation for injury, loss, or damage resulting from an offence, either in preference to or as well as a fine
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Sheriff Graeme Napier imposed a PS500 compensation order along with a PS810 fine, 80 hours of unpaid work, 12 months supervision and a five-month driving ban.
While Forrester paid almost half of the compensation order he was given in 2012, the subsequent demands for money from the court were ignored.
Sheriff Wyllie Robertson made a compensation order for PS285.97 payable within seven days.
The trust was among those receiving substantial payments following a Proceeds of Crime compensation order.
Sheriff Seith Ireland told Allen of Spateston Road, Johnstone, he was prepared to deal with the offence by imposing a fine and a compensation order covering the cost of the damage.
It will be distributed among fraudster Patrick Young's victims after a court granted a compensation order.
He has now been sentenced to a two-year suspended jail sentence, 150 hours community service, and a compensation order of PS70,271 at the same court.
Rita Hunter, 63, was jailed for six months on Wednesday, after paying only PS250 of a PS51,430.70 compensation order.
Rita Hunter, 63, was jailed for six months on Wednesday, after paying only [pounds sterling]250 of a [pounds sterling]51,430.70 compensation order.
But in an appeal hearing at Birmingham Crown Court, the compensation order was quashed because he has no way of paying it.
Mr Shepherd asked the court to pass a confiscation order for the full amount to be paid by Fawcett, as well as a compensation order to provide some of the money lost by Cassidian UK.
The DWP was said to want a confiscation order but his lawyers asked for a compensation order instead, saying that would give him more time to pay.
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