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Sacred Hill director fails to halt receivership sale

Justice Jagose said David Mason's case had “no foundation beyond his optimism”.

Andrew Bevin Fri, 16 Jul 2021

The majority owner of winemaker Sacred Hills David Mason has failed to stop the receivership sale of his business.

In a judgement released to media on Friday by Auckland High Court Justice Pheroze Jagose, Mason’s interlocutory application to extend the deadline for Property Law Act notices

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Andrew Bevin Fri, 16 Jul 2021
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