HOT on the heels of the JM Kelly investigation, the circumstances surrounding another collapsed Queensland building company is scheduled to be probed in court.
Glen Norris, The Courier-Mail Subscriber only|September 16, 2019 1:25pm
THE figures behind the collapse of Gold Coast-based Queensland One Homes will be questioned in the Federal Court later this month.
Liquidator Michael Caspaney, of Menzies Advisory, said a five-day public examination into the collapse will be held in the Federal Court from September 30. Company directors and others involved in the firm are expected to give evidence.
The date of a previously announced examination into the collapse of Cullen Group Australia is yet to be determined. Cullen Group Australia and Cullen Group went under in December 2016, owing creditors about $45 million.
The Queensland One Homes probe follows a separate public examination by PwC liquidator Derrick Vickers last month into the $30 million collapse of Rockhampton-based JM Kelly Group. The JM Kelly examination will reconvene in October with witnesses expected to include company director John Murphy and his sister Elizabeth.