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Earthquake Commission v Unknown Defendants


IN THE HIGH COURT OF NEW ZEALAND
WELLINGTON REGISTRY
CIV-2013-485-000530
[2013] NZHC 708
BETWEEN EARTHQUAKE COMMISSION Plaintiff
AND UNKNOWN DEFENDANTS Defendants
Hearing: 9 April 2013 (In Chambers)
Counsel: P R Jagose and J W Upson for Plaintiff K T Dalziel (via telephone link) for B Staples
Judgment: 9 April 2013
Reasons: 10 April 2013

REASONS FOR JUDGMENT OF COLLINS J
Introduction
[1] On 8 April 2013 I made interim orders prohibiting the release by unauthorised persons of confidential information inadvertently sent by EQC to a Mr Staples and which also appears to be in the possession of another person. That interim order was made on the basis that a hearing would be conducted at 3.00 pm on 9 April 2013 to determine if those interim orders should continue.

[2] In the following paragraphs I explain why I have ordered the continuation of the orders I made on 8 April 2013. I also explain the further orders I have made in relation to this proceeding.

[...]

Full Judgment: Earthquake_Commission_v_Unknown_Defendants.pdf

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