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Court declines strike out on claims against LPF

Allegations laid by Dave Henderson and new Property Ventures liquidator can go to trial, High Court rules.

A six-year director ban against former Property Ventures boss Dave Henderson expired in December.

Tim Hunter Tue, 19 Sep 2023

The High Court has declined to strike out several claims brought by companies associated with former banned director Dave Henderson against litigation funder LPF Group, relating to settlements in the tortuous liquidation of Henderson’s Property Ventures group.

A judgment issued by Justice Neil

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