Bankrupt Bryers needs to get back on his feet, lawyer in discharge hearing says

Tue, 03 Mar 2015

By Fiona Rotherham March 3 (BusinessDesk) -  Mark Bryers, bankrupted in 2009 owing $230 million, is running out of time to get back on his feet, his lawyer told a High Court hearing seeking to discharge the former boss of Blue Chip. Associate Judge Jeremy Doogue reserved his decision at the end of a two-day application by Mark Bryers for discharge from his 5 1/2-year bankruptcy. His lawyer, David Chisholm, QC, said 57-year-old Bryers was at an age where he needed to re-establish himself. “He needs to get back on his feet again, before...

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