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Cookie Time Injunction Hearing Adjourned

Thursday 23 November 2000
From Guy Pope-Mayell, Director Cookie Time Ltd

Cookie Time Ltd Court Hearing Seeking Interim Injunction Against Griffins Foods, Adjourned.

As expected the hearing was adjourned late this afternoon, & will continue tomorrow Friday 24 November in the Auckland High Court.

End.

Statement Issued by:

David Lynch Momentus Public Relations Ltd Po Box 36321 Christchurch New Zealand Ph 64-3-355-4422 Fax 64-3-355-3336 Mobile 025- 226-9409 email david@momentus.co.nz

Guy Pope-Mayell Cookie Time Ltd 789 Main South Road Christchurch Ph (03)351 7736 Fax (03) 3515888 email guy@cookietime.co.nz



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