Last in liquidator can’t convince court to extend

Hall Chadwick's Ginette Muller.

Marcus Watters of Hall Chadwick.

Persuading a court to extend the deadline by which time you must commence proceedings can be a hard slog, particularly when your unfunded predecessors found nothing to see.

Such however have been the travails recently endured by Jirsch Sutherland Brisbane partner Chris Baskerville and thoughtfully catalogued by Queensland Supreme Court judge

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