2001 R v Allen (Brian Roger) [2001] UKHL TC_74_263 (11 October 2001)

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Cite as: [2001] BTC 408, [2001] UKHL 46, [2001] STC 1520, [2002] HRLR 4, [2001] BTC 421, [2001] UKHL TC_74_263, [2001] STC 1537, [2001] STI 1348, [2001] 4 All ER 786, 4 ITL Rep 140, [2002] 1 Cr App R 17, [2002] 1 Cr App R 18, [2002] HRLR 5, 74 TC 263, [2001] 4 All ER 768, [2002] AC 509, [2001] UKHL 45, [2001] STI 1349, [2002] 1 AC 509, [2001] 3 WLR 843, 4 ITL Rep 168

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R v Allen (Brian Roger) [2001] UKHL TC_74_263 (11 October 2001)

Crime - Common Law offence - Cheating public revenue - Control of company - Company9s undeclared profits - Whether individual in control of company guilty of cheating - Whether jury correctly directed on test whether companies were resident in the UK - Whether jury correctly directed on issue whether certain assets beneficially owned by accused - Whether Human Rights A ct applied so that a conviction prior to 2 October 2000 might be regarded as unsafe for breach of rights under Human Rights Convention - Whether breach of right to fair trial by reason of notice given to accused to supply information or by inducement not to prosecute given to obtain schedule of assets falsity of which was relied on in prosecution - Taxes Management Act 1970 ss 8(I), 20( 1) and 105 Human Rights Act 1998, Part I, European Convention on Human Rights Arts 5 and 6.

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