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Developers flinch as Hotchin takes back Fiji property loan

Duncan Bridgeman
Fri, 05 Sep 2014

Property developer Kevin Storey says his company Sky King Investments won't give up its Fiji land easily amid revelations former Hanover boss Mark Hotchin has secured a loan over it.

As reported in the National Business Review print edition today, Mr Hotchin’s associated company, HF Residual

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Duncan Bridgeman
Fri, 05 Sep 2014
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