Thomson A Commentary on the Prevention of Money Laundering Act, 2002
The Prevention of Money Laundering Act, 2002, (PMLA, 2002), was conceived as a pathbreaking legislation, the objective of which was to curb the free movement of money not earned legally across the world. The legislation has undergone frequent and substantial amendments ever since its enactment like no other special criminal law in India. In A Commentary on the Prevention of Money Laundering Act, 2002 Anuuj Taandon and Sachin Upadhyay delve into different provisions of PMLA, 2002, to bring before their readers the present position of this substantial law as well as the procedures it involves. Certain subjects of general importance like criminal jurisprudence in India, interpretation of statutes and scope of amendments have also been included in the book to familiarize the readers with the related laws. Readers are, however, advised to apply the law and rulings cited in the book by keeping in mind the facts of their individual cases, rules applicable to them and Government Orders, and amendments which might have come into force from time to time. The book is intended to help students of law, lawyers, officers from the Enforcement Directorate, academicians and people interested in the subject to gather an informed insight into PMLA, 2002.