On the Sabbath the director gaveth, and on the Monday a judge tooketh away, though not before querying what he perceived as a lack of "professional skepticism" exhibited by one of Grant Thornton's top insolvency and restructuring partners.
The occasion was an application to adjourn a winding up hearing launched by the very recently appointed voluntary administrators (VAs) of Ming Tian Real Property Pty Ltd (Ming Tian).
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