664. Evidence in cases of fraudulent conduct.

Statements made or documents produced by or on behalf of a person are not inadmissible in:

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    (1)     any criminal proceedings against the person in question for any form of fraudulent conduct in connection with or in relation to tax;

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    (2)     any proceedings against him for the recovery of any tax due from him; and

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    (3)     any proceedings for a penalty or on appeal against the determination of a penalty,

by reason only that it has been drawn to his attention that:

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    (a)     where serious tax fraud has been committed the Commissioners for HM Revenue and Customs may accept a money