Blue Chip’s Bryers won’t return to New Zealand, court hears

Mon, 02 Mar 2015

By Fiona Rotherham March 2 (BusinessDesk) - Former Blue Chip boss Mark Bryers has taken the witness stand in the High Court at Auckland today where he’s seeking to be discharged from his 5 1/2-year bankruptcy, saying it will be his last visit to New Zealand. The Official Assignee has dropped its stance that Bryers may have breached the Insolvency Act by his involvement in an Australian business while a bankrupt, but is seeking, as one of the conditions attached to his discharge from bankruptcy, to have him banned from owning and operating...

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