Caratti v Commissioner of the Australian Federal Police [2019] FCAFC 123 (02 August 2019) (Kerr, Steward and Banks-Smith JJ) - 13wentworthselbornechambers
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Caratti v Commissioner of the Australian Federal Police [2019] FCAFC 123 (02 August 2019) (Kerr, Steward and Banks-Smith JJ)


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STATUTORY INTERPRETATION – where liquidators of companies made requests to the Commissioner of the Australian Federal Police for copies of seized books and records pursuant to s 3N of the Crimes Act 1914 (Cth) – whether appellant had standing to seek injunctive relief to prevent copies of the seized books and records being provided to the liquidators – whether a company can be an “occupier” for the purpose of s 3N – whether a request pursuant to s 3N must be made at the time the warrant is executed