(1) These Regulations may be cited as the Global Human Rights Sanctions Regulations 2020.(2) These Regulations come into force at 1.00 p.m. on 6th July 2020.In these Regulations—(1) A United Kingdom person may contravene a relevant prohibition by conduct wholly or partly outside the United Kingdom.(2) Any person may contravene a relevant prohibition by conduct in the territorial sea.regulation 9(2) (confidential information) ,Part 3 (Finance) , ora condition of a Treasury licence.(4) A United Kingdom person may comply, or fail to comply, with a relevant requirement by conduct wholly or partly outside the United Kingdom.(5) Any person may comply, or fail to comply, with a relevant requirement by conduct in the territorial sea.by or under Part 6 (Information and records) , or by reason of a request made under a power conferred by that Part, orby a condition of a Treasury licence.(7) Nothing in this regulation is to be taken to prevent a relevant prohibition or a relevant requirement from applying to conduct (by any person) in the United Kingdom.(1) The purposes of the regulations contained in this instrument are to deter, and provide accountability for, activities falling within paragraph (2) .right to life,right not to be subjected to torture or cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment, orright to be free from slavery, not to be held in servitude or required to perform forced or compulsory labour, whether or not the activity is carried out by or on behalf of a State.outside the United Kingdom by any person, orin the United Kingdom by a person who is not a United Kingdom person.(4) In paragraph (2) , an “activity” includes an omission.regulations 11 to 15 (asset-freeze etc.) ;regulation 17 (immigration) .(2) The Secretary of State may designate different persons for the purposes of different provisions mentioned in paragraph (1) .has reasonable grounds to suspect that that person is an involved person, andthe purposes stated in regulation 4, andthe likely significant effects of the designation on that person (as they appear to the Secretary of State to be on the basis of the information that the Secretary of State has) .is or has been involved in an activity falling within regulation 4(2) ,is owned or controlled directly or indirectly (within the meaning of regulation 7) by a person who is or has been so involved,is acting on behalf of or at the direction of a person who is or has been so involved, oris a member of, or associated with, a person who is or has been so involved.the person is responsible for or engages in such an activity;the person facilitates, incites, promotes or provides support for such an activity;the person conceals evidence of such an activity;the person provides financial services, or makes available funds, economic resources, goods or technology, knowing or having reasonable cause to suspect that those financial services, funds, economic resources, goods or technology will or may contribute to such an activity;the person provides financial services, or makes available funds, economic resources, goods or technology to a person mentioned in sub-paragraph (a) ;the person profits financially or obtains any other benefit from an activity falling within regulation 4(2) ;the person is responsible for the investigation or prosecution of such an activity and intentionally or recklessly fails to fulfil that responsibility; orthe person contravenes, or assists with the contravention of, any provision of Part 3 of these Regulations.(4) Nothing in any sub-paragraph of paragraph (3) is to be taken to limit the meaning of any of the other sub-paragraphs of that paragraph.(5) Any reference in this regulation to being involved in an activity falling within regulation 4(2) includes being so involved wherever any actions constituting the involvement take place.