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Quake Outcasts granted leave to appeal in the Supreme Court

Quake Outcasts granted leave to appeal in the Supreme Court

05-May-2014

Christchurch, New Zealand

Late yesterday afternoon the Supreme Court granted Quake Outcasts'
application for appeal. The hearing dates are set for 29 and 30 July.

The Supreme Court will examine these 2 questions:

(1) Was the establishment of the residential red zone (RRZ) lawful?

(2) Were the RRZ offers to property owners lawfully made?

Quake Outcasts' position has been that the answers to both questions are
no.

Acting for Quake Outcasts are Grant Cameron, Francis Cooke, QC, and Dr. Matthew Palmer, QC.

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