Tax documents for an individual were subject to a public interest immunity – but could still be ordered to be produced.
England and Wales
Appeal from – Lonrho Plc v Fayed and Others (No 4 ) CA 27-Oct-1993
Public interest immunity does not attach to documents in the hands of a taxpayer and his advisers. They are not in any event discloseable. (Bingham) ‘a claim made by the revenue to withhold documents relating to a taxpayer’s tax affairs from . .
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Updated: 10 May 2022; Ref: scu.83194