Original article by Darren Davidson
The Australian – Page: 17 & 20 : 8-Sep-17
The Supreme Court of New South Wales has granted an application by WIN Corporation owner Bruce Gordon to have the second meeting of Ten Network creditors delayed by a week. This will allow the court to hear claims by Gordon, Lachlan Murdoch and 21st Century Fox that a creditors’ report by administrator KordaMentha lacked sufficient detail. This hearing is scheduled for 12 September, while the second meeting of creditors is now slated for 19 September. In other developments, the Australian Shareholders’ Association has ruled out participating in a class action regarding Ten’s collapse.
TEN NETWORK HOLDINGS LIMITED – ASX TEN, WIN CORPORATION PTY LTD, 21ST CENTURY FOX INCORPORATED, SUPREME COURT OF NEW SOUTH WALES, AUSTRALIAN SHAREHOLDERS’ ASSOCIATION, CBS CORPORATION, NICK XENOPHON TEAM, AUSTRALIA. DEPT OF COMMUNICATIONS AND THE ARTS, BAKER AND McKENZIE, ATANASKOVIC HARTNELL CORPORATE SERVICES PTY LTD, ALLEN AND OVERY, DENTONS, CORRS CHAMBERS WESTGARTH, KPMG AUSTRALIA PTY LTD