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Commissioner of Police v Kim Dotcom And Ors

[Full judgment: CA2222014.pdf]


IN THE COURT OF APPEAL OF NEW ZEALAND
CA222/2014 [2014] NZCA 408


BETWEEN COMMISSIONER OF POLICE
Appellant
AND KIM DOTCOM
First Respondent
BRAM VAN DER KOLK
Second Respondent
MEGASTUFF LIMITED
Third Respondent
MONA DOTCOM
Interested Party


JUDGMENT OF THE COURT

A The appeal is allowed.

B The decision of the High Court is set aside.

C An order is made extending the duration of the registration of the restraining orders issued by the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia on 10 and 25 January 2012 and registered in New Zealand on 18 April 2012 for one year from 18 April 2014.

[Full judgment: CA2222014.pdf]

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