Customer entitled to seek review
Court of Appeal
“The Serious Organised Crime Agency, a powerful statutory body whose decisions could imperil private and business banking activity on no more than a reported suspicion of money-laundering, should not withhold giving consent to a bank to allow it to operate a customer’s account under section 335 of the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002 without good reason.”
The Times, 15th May 2007
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