An Introduction To Corporate
For the individual this may be a bit daunting.
As can be seen from the CPS and Police process above, the individual, does not control the process and whether or not you are successful will depend on a number of factors outside your control
If you were to take a civil action, then you may find that the judges in civil courts are more technologically aware the their criminal counterparts
You can drive the case, but this depends on the choice of the legal team to back you up and this may be expensive
You will only have to apply the 'balance of probabilities' to prove the case rather than the criminal 'beyond reasonable doubt'.
Some of the actions you can take are as follows:
· Freeze assets;
· Order for Disclosure (replacing Discovery);
· Orders for delivery up of assets;
· Orders against third parties to disclose information;
· Restraining the defendant from leaving the jurisdiction;
· Search orders;
· Seek damages;
· Maybe a case of tort?
· Maybe a breach of contract.
The list will depend on the specific circumstances and the tenacity and skill of your legal team
This can bring a case to a swift conclusion and may be more likely to recover any lost money.
An Introduction to Corporate Regulation and Standardization