Ken Wikeley, Eric Watson's judgment against Owen Glenn obtained by 'fraud'

Ken Wikeley, Eric Watson's judgment against Owen Glenn obtained by 'fraud'
Eric Watson. (Image: NZME)
Riley Kennedy
A high court judge has ruled that businessmen Ken Wikeley and Eric Watson have to “desist” from pursuing an apparent coal agreement at the centre of the global litigation against fellow New Zealander Owen Glenn, saying the default judgment was obtained by fraud.The legal fight centres around an apparent agreement Watson, who is now subject to bankruptcy proceedings in NZ, signed on behalf of Glenn more than a decade ago. Glenn only learned of the deal last year when his Kea Investments and its UK solicitors received a statutory...

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