A statement made by a person in compliance with an information requirement1 under the Pensions Act 2004 is admissible in evidence in any proceedings, so long as it also complies with any requirements governing the admissibility of evidence in the circumstances in question2. However, in: (1) criminal proceedings in which that person is charged with a relevant offence3; or (2) proceedings as a result of which that person may be required4 to pay a financial penalty5, no evidence relating to the statement may be adduced, and no question relating to it may be asked, by or on behalf of
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