The claimants, including a solicitor, had challenged by way of judicial review decision to issue search warrants. Orders had been granted limiting certain aspects of the orders and injuncting the Revenue against examination etc of documents already taken into its possession. The revenue now appealed to vary the orders lifting the restrictions.
Laws LJ, Parker J
 EWHC 1899 (Admin)
Cited – Mills and Another, Regina (on The Application of) v Sussex Police and Another Admn 25-Jul-2014
The claimants faced criminal charges involving allegations of fraud and corruption. They now challenged by judicial review a search and seizure warrant saying that it was unlawful. A restraint order had been made against them and they had complied . .
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Updated: 14 March 2021; Ref: scu.442238