A Company Court Judge may not fetter the later use of insolvency interviews by a criminal court. The obligation to give the information will not prejudice the fairness of a possible criminal trial, since the accused would still have the protection of section 78 of the Act of 1984.
Independent 26-Jul-1994, Times 26-Jul-1994,  2 AC 75,  3 All ER 814,  1 Cr App R 95,  3 WLR 656
England and Wales
Cited – Regina v Hertfordshire County Council, ex parte Green Environmental Industries Ltd and Another HL 17-Feb-2000
A notice was given to the holder of a waste disposal licence to require certain information to be provided on pain of prosecution. The provision of such information could also then be evidence against the provider of the commission of a criminal . .
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Insolvency, Criminal Practice
Updated: 20 May 2022; Ref: scu.81190