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CONTEMPT: Daltel Europe Ltd (In Liquidation) & ors v Makki & ors [2006] EWCA Civ 94
Date:28 FEB 2006

(Court of Appeal; Auld, Lloyd and Wilson LJJ; 28 February 2006)

Committal proceedings in the High Court were civil proceedings, not criminal proceedings, and were subject to the Civil Evidence Act 1995; hearsay evidence which might be excluded in criminal proceedings was, therefore, admissible in such hearings.