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Hotchin can't afford mansion – doesn't want life in NZ

Georgina Bond and Niko Kloeten
Tue, 30 Apr 2013

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Ex-Hanover boss Mark Hotchin (pictured) says he was hoping to live in the house he spent $12 million to build on Paritai Drive with his wife Amanda, their three children, an adult child and his mother.

Giving evidence at Auckland High Court today as part of his restitution

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Georgina Bond and Niko Kloeten
Tue, 30 Apr 2013
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