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Asset Recovery Guidelines

We commit to develop internationally-endorsed guidelines for the transparent and accountable administration of returned assets

Country: Mexico

Status: no data

Themes: Asset recovery

Last updated: December 2020

Classification:

Concrete: Concrete | New: Other | Ambitious: Other

  • 4 Evidence:

    Mexico attends 'The Addis Ababa Action Agenda' which encourages the international community to develop good practices on asset return.

    National Law on the Extinction of Domain pg 53, Article 244

    Mexico attends International Expert Meeting on the Management and Disposal of Recovered and Returned Stolen Assets, including in support of sustainable development

    Mexican government grants itself right to seize and sell ‘unexplained’ corporate assets

  • 5 Notes:

    No updates, the commitment is still marked as having No Data.

    Updated: October 31, 2020

    Mexico's approved National Law on the Extinction of Domain is a step forward in the administration of returned assets. However, there is no public evidence about the development of internationally-endorsed guidelines for the transparent and accountable administration of returned assets.

    Updated: April 30, 2020

    Mexico approved the new National Law on the Extinction of Domain, this is a step forward in the administration of returned assets. However, there is no public evidence about the development of internationally-endorsed guidelines for the transparent and accountable administration of returned assets.

    Updated: October 30, 2019

    No change.

    Updated: October 30, 2018

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