Palmer gets $ 200m writ

Townsville Bulletin - - NEWS -

CLIVE Palmer has fi­nally been served with a multi- mil­lion­dol­lar law­suit over the col­lapse of Queens­land Nickel.

Last Fri­day, gov­ern­men­tap­pointed liq­uida­tors PPB Ad­vi­sory al­leged he re­fused to be served at his CBD of­fice with pa­per­work for the l i t i g a t i o n , which aims to claw back more than $ 200 mil­lion in debts and com­pen­sa­tion for al­leged in­sol­vent trad­ing and breach­ing di­rec­tors’ du­ties.

Mr Palmer ( pic­tured) was served yes­ter­day as he was leav­ing his busi­ness of­fice in Bris­bane. It was re­vealed this month that the Fed­eral Gov­ern­ment was su­ing Mr Palmer and nephew Clive Mensink for al­most half a bil­lion dol­lars for al­legedly breach­ing their du­ties as di­rec­tors of QN and trad­ing while in­sol­vent. The Supreme Court claim in­cludes a bid to claw QN money from Mr Palmer’s com­pa­nies.

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