Law & Regulation

Cavalier pursues David Henry’s Kinleith over $25m deal

Victoria Young
Mon, 31 May 2021

Victoria Young
Mon, 31 May 2021
Cavalier Corporation is pursuing David Henry-directed Kinleith Land and Infrastructure in court over a collapsed deal for its manufacturing unit in South Auckland.It wants a $2.46 million deposit which it said Kinleith had agreed to pay as part of the $24.6m deal that never occurred.Cavalier ultimately sold the manufacturing unit to property magnate Ben Cook for $25.5m.Kinleith, represented by David Henry’s father Brian Henry, told the high court at Auckland today Cavalier had “misrepresented and misled” his client.Kinleith cl...

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