Three Rivers District Council v Bank of England (No 5): ComC 4 Nov 2003

The defendant bank sought protection from disclosure of advice it had received from its solicitors.
Held: To the extent that the communications were for the purpose of seeking advice as to its legal rights and obligations, the communications were protected, but not for communications seeking to obtain advice on the manner of presentation of materials to a private enquiry.
References: [2003] EWHC 2565 (Comm)
Judges: Tomlinson J
Jurisdiction: England and Wales
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