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Long come down for ex-party pill boss Evan Stewart

Paul McBeth
Wed, 14 Jul 2021

Governments around the world clamped down on party pills and synthetic drugs. (Image: Getty)
Paul McBeth
Wed, 14 Jul 2021
Christchurch businessman Evan Stewart will front up to the liquidators of his failed Eversons International business in court next month as they try to claw back as much as $3.8 million for the tax department.Associate judge Owen Paulsen made the order in the high court in Christchurch last week after liquidators Vivian Fatupaito and Elizabeth Keene of KPMG pleaded their case to find out more about $6.5m of overseas investments with little help from the Eversons shareholder and director.After two separate court actions, the liquidators served n...

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