Carter Holt granted leave to appeal 'leaky schools' ruling

Paul McBeth
Mon, 30 Nov 2015

By Paul McBeth Nov. 30 (BusinessDesk) - Carter Holt Harvey, the building products manufacturer and supplier owned by billionaire Graeme Hart, will argue its case over whether it can be held liable in the Ministry of Education's leaky schools case in the Supreme Court.  Justices William Young, Susan Glazebrook and Terence Arnold granted the manufacturer leave to appeal a ruling in the Court of Appeal, which largely threw out Carter Holt's bid to toss out the ministry's claim. The approved grounds for the appeal and cross-appeal are whether...

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