How Rose held on to her prizes

Schmidt, Lucinda
June 1999
BRW;06/25/99, Vol. 21 Issue 24, p49
Trade Publication
Presents information on the ruling by Justice Robert Anderson against the attempts by Gina Rinehart to get back the assets given to her step-mother Rose Porteous by her father Lang Hancock out of money from Hancock Prospecting Pty Ltd (HPPL). The rules concerning private family companies; Lawyer Carnegie Fieldhouse setting up the company; How private expense were paid by HPPL. INSET: A Case of Trust.


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