End game for Harlequin? High Court orders chairman to pay investors £1.3m

Ruling handed down in London

Laura Miller
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End game for Harlequin? High Court orders chairman to pay investors £1.3m

The chairman of investment scheme Harlequin Property has been ordered by the High Court to pay investors £1.3m to settle claims against him, after he tried to backtrack on the deal.

The ruling against David Ames and his wife Carol was handed down by Judge Mrs Justice Cox at the High Court in London on Friday. The group of 24 Harlequin investors "are still entitled to the sum that...

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