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Propellor vows to continue court fight against former contractors

Property firm believes former contractors breached confidentiality. 

Victoria Young
Wed, 13 May 2015

Propellor Property Investments says it will fight on, despite a judge ruling against temporary relief in a restraint of trade case.

As reported earlier, Propellor lost an initial court bout to restrain former contractors Trevor Moore and Michael Hackett from acting in competition for a year.

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Victoria Young
Wed, 13 May 2015
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