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Annulment of bankruptcy adjourned

Bank Customer Action Collective

P.O.Box 141-77


Phone # (07) 578-1406 Facsimile # (07) 578-1462

E-mail address

Coordinator - Mrs. Suzanne Baker

Media Release

Annulment of bankruptcy adjourned

The case bought by this organisation in the Auckland High Court to have the bankruptcy of a collective member annulled, has been adjourned for the third time before the court yesterday.

Justice has been demanded for the action taken by an overpowered bank that flouted insolvency laws, simply toprevent court action laid down in the high court the bank being continued.

Suzanne Baker Coordinator of the Bank Customer Action Collective says:

"If there was no substance to this action there would be no way a court would have heard this case three times with a fourth date pending - it would be thrown out".

Shes adds "Even with all the Banks high powered lawyers, they have failed to have failed to stop this action taken by this organisation.

Contact Gray Eatwell (03) 755 6461

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