Half mill in costs pending after attack on receiver fails

Farshad Amirbeaggi.

Mackay Goodwin principal Domenic Calabretta. Image courtesy Mackay Goodwin.

A liquidator's estimate of a return to creditors of between 51 cents and 100 cents in the dollar may have been imperilled after attempts to appoint a receiver to sell a luxury in Bali were rejected by the courts.

In failing to have a receiver appointed . . .

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