Hussien v Chong Fook Kam

JurisdictionUK Non-devolved
CourtPrivy Council
Judgment Date1969
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  • Michael Ciaran Parker v The Chief Constable of Essex Police
    • United Kingdom
    • Queen's Bench Division
    • 18 August 2017
    ...and "suspects" are themselves ordinary English words. Some guidance on their meaning was provided by Lord Devlin in Hussien v Chong Fook Kam [1970] AC 942, 948B–C: "Suspicion in its ordinary meaning is a state of conjecture or surmise where proof is lacking: "I suspect b......
  • One.Tel Ltd v Deputy Commissioner of Taxation
    • Australia
    • Federal Court
    • Invalid date
  • Murray v Ministry of Defence
    • United Kingdom
    • House of Lords
    • 25 May 1988
    ...do not accept the distinction drawn by the plaintiff's counsel between detention to the knowledge of the detainee and arrest. In Hussien v. Chong Fook Kam [1970] A.C. 942, Lord Devlin said, at p. 947: "An arrest occurs when a police officer states in terms that he is arresting or when......
  • Rea v Gibbs
    • Cayman Islands
    • Grand Court
    • 5 July 1994
    ...[1962] A.C. 726; [1962] 1 All E.R. 696, distinguished. (10) Hope v. EveredELR(1886), 16 Q.B.D. 338. (11) Hussien v. Chong Fook Kam, [1970] A.C. 942; [1969] 3 All E.R. 1626, dictum of Lord Devlin applied. (12) Inland Rev. Commrs. v. Rossminster Ltd.ELR, [1980] A.C. 952; sub nom. R. v. Inland......
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  • ISSUES CONCERNING COMPLIANCE
    • United Kingdom
    • Journal of Money Laundering Control Nbr. 4-2, April 2000
    • 1 April 2000
    ...Metropolitan Stipendiary Magistrate, ex parte Secretary of State for the Home Department [1988] 1 WLR 1204. (50) Paras 195-200. (51) [1969] 3 All ER 1626. (52) [1984] VR 1019. (53) [1991] 2 VR 351. (54) Mitchell, Taylor and Talbot. (55) Para. 6.01. (56) [1999] 1 WLR 1551. (57) App 5124/71, ......
  • The High Street Solicitor and the Proceeds of Criminal Activity — The Risks
    • United Kingdom
    • Journal of Money Laundering Control Nbr. 1-1, January 1997
    • 1 January 1997
    ...ref. 19 at pp. 156-157. (31) Ibid. p. 157. (32) Above, ref. 5 at p. 281. (33) Ibid. at p.284. (34) Above, ref. 6, at p. 207. (35) [1969] 3 All ER 1626. (36) [1991] 2 VR 351. (37) 'Fei Ch'ien Laundries — the pursuit of flying money' (1992) 1 Journal of International Planning, 1 77 at pp. 143......
  • Is Government of India v Taylor really dead?
    • United Kingdom
    • Journal of Money Laundering Control Nbr. 3-4, February 2000
    • 1 February 2000
    ...R 241. (8) [1989]1 All ER. (9) Ibid. at p. 163b. (10) See 'Cross on Statutory Interpretation', pp. 151—152. (11) Para. 21.310. (12) [1969] 3 All ER 1626. (13) [1984] VR 1019. (14) [1991] 2 VR 351. (15) Para. 6.01. Toby Graham, Taylor Joynson Garrett. © Toby Graham Page 382...
  • A cork study on 'domestic' violence and the criminal process: tentative conclusions from the policing perspective
    • Ireland
    • Irish Judicial Studies Journal Nbr. 1-4, January 2004
    • 1 January 2004
    ...Ryan, E., and Magee, P., The Irish Criminal Process (Mercier Press, Dublin, 1983), p. 104. 25 Shaabin Bin Hussein v. Chong Fook Kam [1969] 3 All E.R. 1626 at 1630 Judicial Studies Institute Journal 2004] A Cork Study on ‘Domestic’ Violence and the Criminal Process reasonably suspects that t......

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