FORTNIGHT TO PAY.
COMPANY IN TROUBLE. (By Telegraph.—Press Association.) > CHRISTCHURCH, Wednesday. A petition, filed by a judgment creditor, to have Regent Street Limited wound up, was heard in the Supreme Court to-day by Mr. Justice McGregor, who made an order, but agreed to leave it open for 14 days. If during that period the petitioning creditor was paid a sum of £4r>o and costs, he said, the order would not be sealed. Counsel for the creditor said the company had ceased to function and a receiver :was in possession.
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FORTNIGHT TO PAY., Auckland Star, Volume LXIV, Issue 57, 9 March 1933
FORTNIGHT TO PAY. Auckland Star, Volume LXIV, Issue 57, 9 March 1933
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