The Judicial Review Commission on Foreign Asset Control was established 21 U.S.C. 1908. The Commission's duties were to conduct a review of the current judicial, regulatory, and administrative authorities relating to the blocking of assets of foreign persons by the United States Government; and to conduct a detailed examination and evaluation of the remedies available to United States persons affected by the blocking of assets of foreign persons by the United States Government.
Review of Laws and Judicial Precedents Relating to the Blocking of Assets of Foreign Persons by the United States Government, and Examination and Evaluation of Remedies Available to United States Persons Affected by the Blocking of Such Assets
The Judicial Review Commission on Foreign Asset Control (''Commission'') will hold public hearings in connection with its statutory mandate under the Foreign Narcotics Kingpin Designation Act (``Narcotics Kingpin Act'') on September 21-22 and October 2-3, 2000. Under the Narcotics Kingpin Act, the Commission is required to conduct ``a review of...