High Court decision 'strengthens reach' of freezing orders granted by English courts, says expert05 Feb 2016
English courts will be able to freeze the assets of a suspected fraudster wherever these are located in the world, provided that it is "just, convenient and not oppressive to do so", an expert has said.
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