'Tussle over a corpse': Vector's private prosecution scrap

'Tussle over a corpse': Vector's private prosecution scrap
Vector is pursuing a dishonesty case against a liquidated company. (Image: Vector)
BusinessDesk staff
Energy company Vector is seeking to prioritise the private prosecution of one of three parties it accuses of dishonesty offences.Vector has made a severance application which if successful, would allow one of the three potential defendants – a company now in liquidation – to be privately prosecuted ahead of the other two defendants.The other two parties are private individuals. Directors of the company have not been charged. Comprehensive suppression orders prevent further disclosure of details.Justice Pheroze Jagose heard at the hi...

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