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23 Apr 2019 21:56
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  •   Home > News > Law and Order

    Mainzeal creditors are being told not to hold their breath

    Mainzeal creditors are being told not to hold their breath

    Three former Mainzeal directors are heading back to court, in the legal case over the collapse of Mainzeal.

    Dame Jenny Shipley, Clive Tilby and Peter Gomm, are appealing the High Court decision ordering them to pay a total of 36-million dollars.

    Liquidator Andrew Bethell of BDO says they'll be working with their legal team over the next few days to determine the best action they can take for creditors.

    But he says unfortunately it means it's going to be more time until they get their compensation.

    © 2019 Newstalk ZB, NZCity

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