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Millions missing in Chinese visa fraud racket – The Sydney Morning Herald - August 26, 2017

The Sydney Morning Herald Millions missing in Chinese visa fraud racket The Sydney Morning Herald The businessman obtained a bankruptcy order in March but trustees have not been able to find Mr Junus or his money. In the five civil claims, totalling $1.3 million, victims say they were often instruct.

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Former St Kilda club president Rod Butterss facing bankruptcy owing almost $1.5m, court told – The Border Mail - August 26, 2017

The Border Mail Former St Kilda club president Rod Butterss facing bankruptcy owing almost $1.5m, court told The Border Mail A Supreme Court judge said lawyers for Investec Australia Finance, who are suing Mr Butterss, 57, for $1,350,000 plus interest of $123,897.83, claimed he had appointed a bankr.

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New rules a ‘charter for bankruptcy’ – Williams – Independent Online - August 26, 2017

Independent Online New rules a 'charter for bankruptcy' - Williams Independent Online Frank Williams told Autosport magazine allowing manufacturers to supply others with cars, coupled with the proposed new focus on costly energy-saving technology, could be a "charter for bankruptcy" for in.

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Bankruptcy Experts Will Now Serve Clients in Remote Locations across Australia – PR Web (press release) - August 26, 2017

Bankruptcy Experts Will Now Serve Clients in Remote Locations across Australia PR Web (press release) Bankruptcy Experts, the leading insolvency/bankruptcy services providing company in Australia is now looking to assist their clients, residing overseas as well as in remote locations, by providing t.

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Adelaide proton adviser on payroll of bidder – The Australian - August 25, 2017

The Australian Adelaide proton adviser on payroll of bidder The Australian The company filed for voluntary Chapter 11 bankruptcy in 2015. Read more. The institute's acting executive ... Christian Nicolussi, Iain Payten. A bizarre move by the Waratahs has cost the struggling code one of the best.

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‘Work, work, work’: Salim Mehajer’s Los Angeles jaunt at the pointy end of plane – The Sydney Morning Herald - August 25, 2017

The Sydney Morning Herald 'Work, work, work': Salim Mehajer's Los Angeles jaunt at the pointy end of plane The Sydney Morning Herald Another of Mr Mehajer's correspondents is Greg Huxley, who had his mandatory bankruptcy period extended for deliberately provided false or misleadi.

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