George Tan Soon Gin v Judge Cameron and Another

JurisdictionUK Non-devolved
Judgment Date16 July 1992
Date16 July 1992
CourtPrivy Council
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  • Destroyed or Lost Evidence and Abuse of Process
    • United Kingdom
    • International Journal of Evidence & Proof, The No. 3-3, July 1999
    • 1 July 1999
    ...19 (WLR), per LordLaneCJ,adoptingHeston-Francois(1984)1 All ER 785, 793(CA).This is quotedwithapproval inTanvCameron[1992] 2 AC205, 223-4(PC).14 The CanadianCharterof RightsandFreedoms, Part IoftheConstitutionAct 1982, beingSchedule BtotheCanada Act 1982 (UK),1982, c. 11, [hereinaftertheCha......

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