The Dominican Republic enacted a Civil Forfeiture Law on July 28, 2022, that will enter into effect one year after enactment. This Law provides tools to the State to prosecute assets that have been obtained through illicit activities, through an in-rem judicial action.
- Civil Forfeiture Law
- Law No. 544-14 of International Private Law enacted on October 15, 2014
- Law No. 17-19 for the eradication of illicit trade, smuggling and counterfeiting of regulated products
- Annual Questionnaire on Property Registration in the Dominican Republic “Doing Business” of the World Bank
- The Global Privacy Book