May 2001
International Law Update;May2001, Vol. 7, p67
Discusses the granting of a Mareva injunction by the Australian Federal Court regulating Rosemarie Porteous' sale of valuable Florida real estate to secure availability of her deceased husband, Langley George Hancock's assets for creditors. Valuable properties owned by Hancock; Details of the case filed by the Trustee against the widow.


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