Mundy v Crown Prosecution Service

Drugs – Drug trafficking. The claimant applied for a certificate of inadequacy on the basis that a Spanish villa in which he had an interest was not realisable, as legal proceedings concerning squatters at the property meant it could not be sold. The Administrative Court, in dismissing the application, held that the claimant had not shown that it was impossible to realise the Spanish villa. It was foreseeable that there would be a decision of the Spanish court which would determine whether or not the villa was a realisable asset of the claimant.

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