Xero case reveals strong-arming by official assignee

Xero case reveals strong-arming by official assignee
Jenny Ruth
The case against Xero over whether it breached a customer's privacy by handing over financial information to the official assignee has revealed some disturbing strong-arming on the part of the official assignee.This is despite the fact that many might find bankrupt the official assignee was pursuing to be a less than sympathetic character.The Xero customer, Kristina Buxton, happens to be property developer's Dave Henderson's wife.Henderson was bankrupt between late 2010 and January 2017, putting him, but not Buxton, under the purvie...

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