Supreme Court to hold oral hearing on Synlait's Pokeno appeal

Supreme Court to hold oral hearing on Synlait's Pokeno appeal
Rebecca Howard
By Rebecca Howard Aug. 26 (BusinessDesk) - The Supreme Court has advised there will be an oral hearing prior to a decision on whether it grants Synlait Milk's bid to a appeal the reinstatement of land covenants on its Pokeno site. A hearing date has yet to be agreed and Synlait's chief executive Leon Clement said the company remains in conversations with all parties.  He also said construction at the site remains on track.  The land is being used for a second nutritional powder manufacturing site that is set to be commissioned in the c...

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