Palmer gets $ 200m writ
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.