No5 instructed against decision of HH Judge Pelling QC in Hone v Abbey Forwarding
Paul Marshall from No5 Chambers was instructed with Philip Coppel QC of Landmark Chambers by Banks Kelly on behalf of the appellants on appeal to the Court of Appeal against the decision of HH Judge Pelling QC in Hone and Ors v Abbey Forwarding (in liquidation) and HMRC  EWHC 3525 (Ch);  1 CH 455;  2 WLR 1368;  Ch 455.
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