Proceeds of crime – Disclosure order: Court of Session: Refusing a motion by a respondent, in respect of whom the Scottish Ministers had been granted a disclosure order in terms of s 391 of the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002, inviting the court to vary the disclosure order so that he should not be required to answer questions relating to alleged money laundering offences, the court held that the petitioners were not investigating money laundering offences, and standing that the court had authorised disclosure in the context of a civil recovery investigation, they had authority to require the respondent to attend for interview and to answer any relevant questions.