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MWH Tells FRA To Collect Hard Copies

The MWH New Zealand Ltd lawyer Pule Low yesterday told the High Court in Suva that her clients would allow the Fiji Roads Authority to collect hard copies of all
01 Oct 2016 11:57
MWH Tells FRA To Collect Hard Copies
From left: MWH Lawyer Pule Low,FRA Lawyer Christopher Yee,Devanesh Sharma at the Suva Court yesterday.Photo:Vilimoni Vaganalau.

The MWH New Zealand Ltd lawyer Pule Low yesterday told the High Court in Suva that her clients would allow the Fiji Roads Authority to collect hard copies of all relevant documents they demanded on Monday.

The FRA had filed a summons in the High Court of Suva seeking the return of all contractual documents from MWH New Zealand Ltd.

Ms Low told the court that her client would allow FRA to collect hard copies of all relevant documents that were available for the past three months till September 23 this year.

The hard copy of the documents could be collected on Monday morning from their Suva office and Ms Low said that FRA could get hard drives to transfer documents in the presence of her client until a proper order is sealed.

The matter was called before Judge Justice Lyone Seneviratne at the Suva High Court.

FRA lawyers Devanesh Sharma and Christopher Yee told the court that seven days had passed and they had not received any document whereas the notice of termination clearly stated that all documents were to be handed back to FRA immediately.

The contract with MWH New Zealand Ltd was terminated on September 23 and they were required to return all documents and information from January 1, 2012 till the termination day to the FRA.

The court has been adjourned to October 7 for review.

Edited by Rusiate Mataika

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