Disclosure under the Investigatory Powers Tribunals Rules 2000 is correct - Matrix Chambers
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Disclosure under the Investigatory Powers Tribunals Rules 2000 is correct

Published:

Re: Belhaj & Ors v Security Services & Ors IPT/13/132-9H

This was an interim hearing to deal with requests from the claimants for further disclosure from the respondents. The claimants complained about the form of disclosure from the respondents. Held; dismissing the claimants’ application for redacted documents, the Tribunal noted that under the Investigatory Powers Tribunal Rules 2000 there was nothing which proscribed the manner of disclosure.

Hugh Tomlinson QC, Jonathan Glasson QC, Nick Armstrong and Tamara Jaber were involved in this case.