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Freezing order discharged after successful submissions

City of London Police v BW

Richardson Lissack was instructed by a corporate client who was subject to an Account Freezing Order (‘AFO’).  The company was involved in the distribution and logistics sector.  The client, who was subject to the AFO, had a large amount of monies frozen within the business account which were released after the submission of written representations.

George Carter-Stephenson QC of 25 Bedford Row instructed

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