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Capital Letter: Contractual remedies: a poor investment saved by a furniture package

Penny Pepperell of Capital Letter
Wed, 22 Oct 2014

Investors in a Queenstown apartment complex intended by the promoters to operate under a brand name as serviced apartments refused to perform the purchase agreements after the 2006 value of the apartments (near the $1 million mark) halved by mid-2008. In the Supreme Court, Chief Justice Sian Elias,

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Penny Pepperell of Capital Letter
Wed, 22 Oct 2014
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