The owner and chairman of investment scheme Harlequin Property is facing off against investors in the High Court in a case that threatens bankruptcy for him, and which could trigger the collapse of the company.
A judgement was expected on 13 January that could have made the reportedly twice bankrupt David Ames insolvent for a third time, potentially forcing the break-up of Harlequin to pay his creditors. But...
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