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Power of handling any other offence disclosed during the corruption investigation process (for details, please refer to Section 10(5) of the ICAC Ordinance in the Text of the Law) Text of the ICAC Ordinance Back PDF icon PDF file requires Acrobat Reader and its

Section 10C of the ICAC Ordinance states the ICAC may without warrant search a suspect or the place where the suspect is arrested. In addition, pursuant to Section 10(1), the ICAC may without warrant arrest a person suspected of breaching an offence under the three anti-corruption ordinances enforced by the ICAC.

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The spirit of the Prevention of Bribery Ordinance (POBO) enforced by the ICAC is to maintain a fair and just society. POBO – public sector Understanding the Ordinance︰ Prescribed officers are subject to Sections 3,4,5 and 10 of the POBO while employees of public bodies (e.g. power company, bus company, hospital, etc) are subject to Sections 4 and 5.

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Section 10: Any prescribed officer who maintains a standard of living or has assets not commensurate with his official emoluments shall be guilty of an offence. In the Ordinance: “Advantage” includes money, gifts, loans, commissions, offices, contracts, services

ICAC officers are given different sources of powers of arrest. They can arrest a person during an investigation without a warrant under section 10 of the ICAC Ordinance if they reasonably suspect that person has committed a bribery or corruption offence.

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10.3.2 Advice and Support Section 10.4 The Law Society of Hong Kong 10.4.1 Legal Advice on Building Management Section 10.5 The Hong Kong Institute of Surveyors 10.5.1 Support to Property Manager and Owners’ Corporation 10.5.2 Professional Advice

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10. .; µ5 \IDÊF,KI6± 2-17 Prevention of Bribery Ordinance (Cap. 201) Contents Section Page Part I Preliminary 1. Short title 1-2 2. Interpretation 1-2 Part II Offences 3. Soliciting or accepting an advantage 2-2 4. Bribery 2-2 5. Bribery for giving assistance, etc. in

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10. .; µ5 \IDÊF,KI6± 2-17 Prevention of Bribery Ordinance (Cap. 201) Contents Section Page Part I Preliminary 1. Short title 1-2 2. Interpretation 1-2 Part II Offences 3. Soliciting or accepting an advantage 2-2 4. Bribery 2-2 5. Bribery for giving assistance, etc. in

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Section 6.4 Hong Kong Institute of Certifi ed Public Accountants Section 6.5 The Hong Kong Association of Property Management Companies 0905118 ICAC_BMF Toolkit_Eng_01_Content_8.indd 4 2009/9/1 10:56:37 PM

The ICAC Act The Independent Commission Against Corruption Act 1988 established the ICAC as an independent agency with powers similar to a standing royal commission. The ICAC Act defines corruption, sets out the functions of the ICAC, describes referral

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section 7 or to a public officer under section 8 results in a dollar value that is not a multiple of $5, the resulting dollar value must be rounded up to the nearest $5. 4. Non-application to judicial officers This Ordinance does not apply to the pay or allowances

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These include companies listed in Hong Kong with business operations based in Hong Kong or outside Hong Kong. For the latter, the companies are recommended to make reference to this Guide, together with any anti-corruption guides or requirements applicable

A search warrant may be granted by a Magistrate for the purpose of entering and searching premises or places for evidence of specified offences under section 10 of the ICAC Ordinance (e.g. offences under the Prevention of Bribery Ordinance or the ; or offences

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Section 3.10 Staff in General Chapter 4 Anti-Corruption Programme and Anti-Corruption Policy 2.2 Prevention of Bribery Ordinance The POBO is enforced by the ICAC to combat bribery and corruption in both the private and public sectors. Full text of the 2.2

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iii making application for entertainments have both set out that the cost of beverage should be included in the entertainment expenditure, some units of ICAC did not comply and excluded the cost of alcoholic drinks procured separately from the calculation. 10.

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A / C AGM BMO Cr. Dr. DBMLT DMC EMO HAD HKAPMC HKFRS HKICPA HKHS ICAC MC OC OR PCRF PCV PMC PO POBO PR PV RV Account Annual General Meeting Building Management Ordinance Credit Debit District Building Management Liaison

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10 廉政專員的職責 12 第二章 : 一年的回顧 14 整體貪污情況 17 預防及教育工作 for the following duties set out in section 12 of the ICAC Ordinance: (a) to receive and consider complaints alleging corrupt practices and investigate such of those complaints (b)

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10 廉政專員的職責 12 第二章 : 一年的回顧 14 整體貪污情況 17 預防及教育工作 for the following duties set out in section 12 of the ICAC Ordinance: (a) to receive and consider complaints alleging corrupt practices and investigate such of those complaints (b)

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Building Management Toolkit CONTENTS FOREWORD CHAPTER 1 Getting Started Section 1.1 Building Management Organizational Structure Section 1.2 Key Building Management Activities Section 1.3 Building Management Ordinance Section 1.4 Prevention

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Contents Chapter 1 – Introduction Good Governance and Internal Control 5 Good Governance and Corruption Prevention 6 Chapter 2 – Compliance with Laws and Regulations Relevant Laws and Regulations 7 Prevention of Bribery Ordinance – Section 9 7

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The ICAC made the arrests under the provisions of Section 10(2) of the ICAC Ordinance. During the operation, representatives from several media organisations were invited to assist in the inquiry. Warrants of search issued by the Court of First Instance under

This is one of the statutory duties of the ICAC – under Section 12(e) of the Independent Commission Against Corruption Ordinance, Cap. 204, the ICAC has the statutory duty to instruct, advise and assist any person, on the latter’s request, on ways in which The

Which section of the Prevention of Bribery Ordinance may be breached? Explanation A: A. Section 9(3) B. Section 4 C. Section 10 7. Q: Which ordinance will be violated if an advantage is offered to staff of Buildings Department during inspection

In this regard, Mr B E D de SPEVILLE pointed out that the ICAC was effectively barred from gaining access to tax records by section 4 of the Inland Revenue Ordinance (IRO) and the Commission agreed with the view of the ICAC Review Committee that power of

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1 第一章 引言 Chapter 1 Introduction This Best Practice Checklist aims at providing a practical guide on good governance and internal control for use by charitable organizations when they organize fund-raising activities. For the purpose of compiling this Checklist

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9 Section 12, the ICAC Ordinance. 10 Legislative Council Secretariat (2007) pp. 12-13. 11 Section 17, PCA. 12 Section 11 of PCA states that “[a]ny person (a) who offers any gratification to a Member of Parliament as an inducement or reward for such Member’s

On conviction on indictment (including conspiracy), the offender will be subject to a HK$500,000 fine and imprisonment for 10 years for a Section 5 offence (offering, soliciting or accepting an advantage to assist or influence a contract with a public body) or

In respect of the power of arrest, pursuant to Section 10 of the Independent Commission Against Corruption Ordinance, the ICAC might arrest without warrant anyone reasonably suspected to be guilty of the offences under the Independent Commission Against

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2017-10-24 A Superintendent of Police (SP) and two private club operators have been charged by the ICAC today (October 24) with bribery involving bribes of $780,000 in total and free sexual service of a woman for the SP disclosing to the operators confidential

2. ICAC had prepared a speaking note for Commissioner of ICAC on points raised by Members during the third meeting on 1 December 1995 and an explanatory note on the interpretation of “closeness of relationship and other circumstances” in section 10 of

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Risks and Preventive Measures 10 ICAC Services 20 Frequently Asked Questions 24 Appendices: Extracts from the Prevention of Bribery Ordinance 28 Sample Code of Conduct for Owners’ Corporation 31 Corruption Prevention Checklist on Common Area and 2

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Cap 32 – COMPANIES ORDINANCE 1 Chapter: 32 COMPANIES ORDINANCE Gazette Number Version Date Long title 30/06/1997 To consolidate and amend the law relating to companies. [1 July 1933] (Originally 39 of 1932 (Cap 32, 1950)) Section: 1

Ka-ming will violate section 9(3) of the Prevention of Bribery Ordinance and section 123 of the Banking Ordinance if he deceives the bank by submitting documents with a forged signature or false information. Fernando and Mr Wong

ICAC’s financial investigation section probed into 7,095 financial transactions in 168 cases, involving an aggregated sum of HK$4.4 billion (US$567 million) in 2008. The commission’s computer forensics section carried out 502 computer data analysis projects

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This three-pronged strategy is built-in to the ICAC Ordinance (Cap. 204, Laws of Hong Kong), which sets out as the Duties of the Commissioner of the ICAC under Section 12 of the ordinance (Appendix A ). 1 It is understood that some other jurisdictions regard

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The Hong Kong Ethics Development Centre of the Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC) (details of the Centre are set out in Section A of Part 5) is much indebted to the following organisations for their invaluable contributions and opinions made

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116 The prosecutor bears the burden of proving all these elements (other than element 2) to the standard of beyond reasonable doubt. He does not have to prove element 2 because that is the statutory defence made available to the charged person. Under Section 24