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Liquidator spat: Armstrong Downes creditors will meet

Brent Melville
Thu, 26 May 2022

Liquidator spat: Armstrong Downes creditors will meet
Damien Grant is seen as a more 'aggressive' advocate for creditors. (Image: Supplied)
Brent Melville
Thu, 26 May 2022
Liquidators of failed Wellington construction company Armstrong Downes Commercial are facing an early challenge from a major creditor who wants to adopt a more “aggressive” approach and replace them with a more litigious firm.Shareholders in the commercial builder, owned by the Doile and Taylor families, appointed David Ruscoe and Malcolm Moore of Grant Thornton New Zealand after moving into voluntary liquidation on May 2. Grant Thornton's first report on May 6 shows the builder – a specialist in government, education...

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