Regina v Hudson: 1956

To avoid the payment of tax by positive false representations constitutes a fraud on the Crown and a fraud on the public. It is a common law offence and is indictable as such.
Lord Goddard CJ
[1956] 2 QB 252
England and Wales
CitedRex v Bainbridge 1782
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CitedTotal Network Sl v Revenue and Customs HL 12-Mar-2008
The House was asked whether an action for unlawful means conspiracy was available against a participant in a missing trader intra-community, or carousel, fraud. The company appealed a finding of liability saying that the VAT Act and Regulations . .

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Updated: 16 July 2021; Ref: scu.268782