Meng v HSBC Bank plc [2021] 2 WLR 1153

“The case was concerned with the proper ambit of the Bankers’ Books Evidence Act 1879, in particular whether that UK Act of Parliament can be resorted to by litigants abroad in aid of legal proceedings in other jurisdictions and also whether the scope of the statute extends to business documents held by a bank other than transactional records, including, for example, documents created and held by the bank for the purposes of regulatory compliance ...”

ADDED Wednesday 28th July 2021