The court was asked as to the extent which the appellant, St. Regis Paper Company Limited, could be held criminally liable for intentionally making a false entry in a record required for environmental pollution control in its application to offences requiring proof of mens rea.
Moses LJ, Nicola Davies, Gilbert QC JJ
 EWCA Crim 2527,  PTSR 871,  1 Cr App R 14,  Lloyd’s Rep FC 221,  Env LR 16
Pollution Prevention and Control (England and Wales) Regulations 2000
England and Wales
Cited – Seabord Offshore Ltd v Secretary of State for Transport (The Safe Carrier) HL 25-Mar-1994
The House was asked whether a ship manager was legally responsible for the acts of the ship’s chief engineer under s31(1) of the Merchant Shipping Act 1988, which imposed a duty on the manager to take all reasonable steps to secure that the ship was . .
Cited – A Ltd and Othersi, Regina v CACD 28-Jul-2016
The Serious Fraud Office appealed against rulings on the admission of evidence after its exclusion under section 78.
Held: The appeal was allowed. The appeal had been brought within time and could proceed. Police and Criminal Evidence Act . .
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Updated: 22 November 2021; Ref: scu.448148