PART X — SENTENCES AND THEIR EXECUTION
334. Warrant for levy of fine, etc.
(1) When a court orders money to be paid by an accused person or by a prosecutor or complainant for fine, penalty, compensation, costs, expenses or otherwise, the money may be levied on the movable and immovable property of the person ordered to pay it by distress and sale under warrant; but if he shows sufficient movable property to satisfy the order his immovable property shall not be sold.
(2) The person may pay or tender to the officer having the execution of the warrant the sum therein mentioned together with the amount of the expenses of the distress up to the time of payment or tender, and thereupon the officer shall cease to execute it.
(3) A warrant under this section may be executed within the local limits of the jurisdiction of the court issuing it, and it shall authorize the distress and sale of property belonging to the person without those limits when endorsed by a magistrate holding a subordinate court of the first or second class within the local limits of whose jurisdiction the property was found.
PART X — SENTENCES AND THEIR EXECUTION
335. Objections to attachment
(1) Any person claiming to be entitled to or to have a legal or equitable interest in the whole or part of property attached in execution of a warrant issued under section 334 may, at any time prior to the receipt by the court of the proceeds of sale of that property, give notice in writing to the court of his objection to the attachment of the property ; and the notice shall set out shortly the nature of the claim which the person (hereafter in this section referred to as the objector) makes to the whole or part of the property attached, and shall certify the value of the property claimed by him, and the value shall be deposed to upon affidavit, which shall be filed with the notice.
(2) Upon receipt of a valid notice given under subsection (1), the court shall, by an order in writing addressed to the officer having the execution of the warrant, direct the stay of the execution proceedings.
(3) Upon the issue of an order under subsection (2), the court shall, by notice in writing, direct the objector to appear before it and establish his claim upon a date to be specified in the notice.
(4) A notice shall be served upon the person whose property was, by the warrant, issued under section 334, directed to be attached, and, unless the property is to be applied to the payment of a fine, upon the person entitled to the proceeds of the sale of the property ; and the notice shall specify the time and place fixed for the appearance of the objector and shall direct the person upon whom the notice is served to appear before the court at the same time and place if he wishes to be heard upon the hearing of the objection.
(5) Upon the date fixed for the hearing of the objection, the court shall investigate the claim, and for that purpose may hear any evidence which the objector may give or adduce and any evidence given or adduced by a person served with a notice in accordance with the provisions of subsection (4).
(6) If, upon investigation of the claim, the court is satisfied that the property was not, when attached, in the possession of the person ordered to pay the money or of some person in trust for him, or in the occupancy of a tenant or other person paying rent to him, or that, being in the possession of the person ordered to pay the money at that time, it was so in his possession not on his own account or as his own property but on account of or in trust for some other person or partly on his own account and partly on account of some other person, the court shall make an order releasing the property, wholly or to such extent as it thinks fit, from attachment.
(7) If, upon the date fixed for his appearance, the objector fails to appear, or if, upon investigation of the claim in accordance with the provisions of subsection (5), the court is of the opinion that the objector has failed to establish his claim, the court shall order the attachment and execution to proceed, and shall make such order as to costs as it deems fit.
Offences Against Administration of Justice
19. (1) If the ICC makes a request for assistance in any investigation or proceedings involving an offence against the administration of justice, that request shall be dealt with—
(b) in the case of a request for enforcement of an order requiring reparation or the payment of a fine or a forfeiture order— in the manner provided in Parts III and VI, which Parts shall apply with any necessary modifications and subject to any cont¬rary provision in the Rome Statute or the ICC Rules;
PART III—GENERAL PROVISIONS RELATING TO REQUESTS FOR ASSISTANCE
20. (1) This Part shall apply to a request by the ICC for assistance that is made under—
(b) any of the following provisions of the Rome Statute—
(v) article 109 (which relates to the enforcement of fines and forfeiture measures).
PART V—DOMESTIC PROCEDURES FOR OTHER TYPES OF CO-OPERATION
Orders relating to Victim Reparation
120. (1) This section shall apply if—
(a) the ICC—
(i) orders payment of a fine under paragraph 2 (a) of article 77 of the Rome Statute; and
(i) requests that the order be enforced in accord¬ance with article 109 of the Rome Statute; and
(b) neither the conviction in respect of which the order was imposed nor the order for payment of a fine is subject to further appeal.
(2) The Attorney-General shall give authority for the request to proceed if he is satisfied that the order—
(a) involves a monetary penalty; and
(b) is of a kind that can be enforced in the manner provided in this section.
(3) If the Attorney-General gives authority for the request to proceed—
(a) he shall refer the request to the appropriate Kenyan agency; and
(b) that agency shall, without delay—
(i) take such steps as are necessary to enforce the order as if it were a fine imposed on
conviction under the Penal Code; and
(ii) make such report to the Attorney-General on
the results of any action taken as it considers
to be appropriate in the circumstances.
(4) Upon recovery the fine shall be disposed of in such manner as the ICC order may specify.
(5) Nothing in this section limits or affects the provision of other types of assistance to the ICC in relation to a penalty imposed under article 77 of the Rome Statute.
1. States Parties shall give effect to fines or forfeitures ordered by the Court under Part 7, without prejudice to the rights of bona fide third parties, and in accordance with the procedure of their national law.
2. If a State Party is unable to give effect to an order for forfeiture, it shall take measures to recover the value of the proceeds, property or assets ordered by the Court to be forfeited, without prejudice to the rights of bona fide third parties.
3. Property, or the proceeds of the sale of real property or, where appropriate, the sale of other property, which is obtained by a State Party as a result of its enforcement of a judgement of the Court shall be transferred to the Court.