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HMRC to take no further action against company directors

HMRC v EC

Richardson Lissack were instructed by 2 company directors in respect of VAT, PAYE and corporation tax fraud.  The directors who were subject to the investigation, instructed this firm to represent them at an interview under caution and serve written representations, in an attempt to persuade HMRC to reconsider its position in respect of a criminal investigation. After a period of time, HMRC accepted that the criminal investigation should not continue after consideration of representations made by this firm.

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