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Advisory firm Lewis Tucker won’t appeal judgment in Beverley snag

Christopher Morrison and William Leckie filed a counter claim last month over perceived ‘inaccuracies and omissions’ in Anthony Beverley’s original court statements.

Anthony Beverley.

Key points
  • What’s at stake: Long-running snag between business partners looks set to be heard in the High Court in June 2025, after judgments from the High Court and Court of Appeal last year. 
  • Background: Wellington-based firm Lewis Tucker has decided not to appeal a Court of Appeal judgment, released in November. However, directors Christopher Morrison and William Leckie repeated they were committed to going to court to settle the issue with Anthony and Wendy Beverley.
  • Key players: Anthony and Wendy Beverley, Christopher Morrison, William Leckie, Lewis Tucker, Drylandcarbon, High Court, Court of Appeal.

Advisory and investment banking firm Lewis Tucker won’t appeal a court judgment related to a long-running snag between Anthony and Wendy Beverley and their Drylandcarbon business partners.

In November last year, the Court of Appeal decision paved the way for the couple to pursue Christopher

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Key points
  • What’s at stake: Long-running snag between business partners looks set to be heard in the High Court in June 2025, after judgments from the High Court and Court of Appeal last year. 
  • Background: Wellington-based firm Lewis Tucker has decided not to appeal a Court of Appeal judgment, released in November. However, directors Christopher Morrison and William Leckie repeated they were committed to going to court to settle the issue with Anthony and Wendy Beverley.
  • Key players: Anthony and Wendy Beverley, Christopher Morrison, William Leckie, Lewis Tucker, Drylandcarbon, High Court, Court of Appeal.
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