High Court sets precedent in "most complex administration in New Zealand history"
In the first major decision of its kind, a court in New Zealand has ruled on Part 15A of the Companies Act, which governs the country's voluntary administration regime - rejecting a creditor's challenge to a deed of company arrangement prepared for New Zealand's largest coal mining company, Solid Energy.
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