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Winton loses damages case against Queenstown neighbours

Chris Meehan claimed opposition to the Waterfall Park development was akin to extortion or blackmail.

Winton’s Waterfall Park project faces regulatory hurdles.

Andrew Bevin Thu, 22 Sep 2022

The high court has dismissed an attempt by NZX-listed Winton to extract millions in damages from a neighbour of its Waterfall Park development, labelled as an attempt to deter future action.

In a case filed in the Invercargill High Court, the Winton subsidiary claimed through the tort of abuse of

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Andrew Bevin Thu, 22 Sep 2022
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Winton loses damages case against Queenstown neighbours
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