A confiscation order had (inter alia) been made after convictions for cheating the public revenue, but the notice of the proceedings had misdescribed the statutory basis.
Held: The mistake was procedural rather than substantial, and on the merits, the order need not be quashed.
Times 11-Apr-2003, Gazette 12-Jun-2003
England and Wales
Applied – Sekhon, etc v Regina CACD 16-Dec-2002
The defendants appealed against confiscation orders on the basis that in various ways, the Crown had failed to comply with procedural requirements.
Held: The courts must remember the importance of such procedures in the fight against crime, . .
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Updated: 28 April 2022; Ref: scu.180962