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To bring The Archibald within reach of any purchaser with a pulse, Greg Walker notes that the NSW Government is giving away free money:
It is widely rumoured that Greg Walker was able to complete the acquisition of Archibald land, despite declaring to the NSW Office of State Revenue that the contract had been rescinded, with the benefit of a few ($16,000,000 of) helping hands dollars from Keith Snell whilst alive. Unfortunately Keith could not attend the public examinations re: 131MVR nor provide any answers to the liquidators thereof.
Reliance Leasing – John Mahony and Mahony Law was the agent of this company for the withdrawal of caveat owing a fiduciary obligation. Reliance has subsequently subsequently assigned its former debt related to the caveat to DCP Litigation Holdings. DCP Litigation has sought (and intends to bring once its loss is realised) a cross-claim (or claim) against John Mahony and Lawcover. A copy of the Notice of Motion seeking to cross claim against John Mahony & Lawcover (and explaining in detail the nature of the alleged breach of duty owed and other matters can be viewed by clicking this link – click here.
Regrettably, we recently learnt the following finding were made against John Mahony by his peers:
Substance of Conduct Matter:
1. Falsely witnessed the signature of his fellow director 2. Attempted to mislead the Law Society of NSW 3. Failed to pay Counsel’s fees
Decision: (1) The respondent is guilty of professional misconduct; (2) That the respondent be reprimanded; (3) That the respondent must pay a fine of $4,000.00 within two months of the date of these orders; and (4) That the respondent pays the costs of the applicant as agreed or assessed