210. Restrictions on particulars to be provided by relevant lawyers.

In relation to anything done by a relevant lawyer1 on behalf of a client who does not consent to the information otherwise required from the relevant lawyer2 being provided, the relevant lawyer may not be compelled to do more than:


    (1)     state that the relevant lawyer is or was acting on behalf of a client; and


    (2)     give the name and address of the client and any relevant person3.

In the case of anything done by the relevant lawyer:


    (a)     in connection with the transfer of any asset by or to an individual who is UK resident to or by