Authorities to seek access to seized Sean Dunne documents

The state's bankruptcy authorities will this week ask the High Court for permission to examine the contents of more than 60 boxes of files it seized from a luxury property they believe is controlled by the bankrupt property developer Sean Dunne.

8th December, 2013

The state's bankruptcy authorities will this week ask the High Court for permission to examine the contents of more than 60 boxes of files it seized ten days ago from a luxury property they believe is controlled by the bankrupt property developer Sean Dunne.

The official assignee managing Dunne's bankruptcy has moved the files to a secure location, but has yet to analyse them. It is seeking a court order to allow unfettered access to the...

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