|Source:||All England Reporter|
|Publisher Citation:|| All ER (D) 252 (Jul)|
|Neutral Citation:|| UKSC 35|
Lord Phillips P, Lady Hale, Lord Brown, Lord Judge, Lord Kerr, Lord Clarke, Lord Wilson, Lord Reed and Sir Anthony Hughes SCJJ
|Representation||Philip Jones QC, David Johnston QC and Daniel Lightman (instructed by Asserson Law Offices) for the appellants.|
|James Eadie QC, Richard Keen QC, Sarah Harman, and Donald Lilly (instructed by Serious Organised Crime Agency Legal Department) for the respondent.|
|Judgment Dates:||25 July 2012|
Proceeds of Crime - Civil recovery of proceeds of unlawful conduct - Civil recovery order - First appellant being convicted of criminal fraud in Israel - Serious Organised Crime Agency (SOCA) seeking to deprive first appellant and family of assets obtained in connection with fraud - SOCA obtaining worldwide property freezing order (PFO) and disclosure order (DO) under which notices addressed to appellants at UK address whilst appellants outside jurisdiction - Appellants appealing against PFO in so far as extending to property outside UK - Appellants appealing validity of DO - Court of Appeal dismissing appeals - Appellants appealing to Supreme Court - Extent to which civil recovery order could be made in respect of property outside the UK - Whether, in relation to the DO appeal, SOCA having authority to issue notices - , , Pts 2 - 5.