Tuesday 25 July 2006 06 – LAWFUEL – Australia Law News – The Supreme Court of New South Wales today, by consent and without admissions, extended orders against Mr Neil Austin Burnard and Palentia Pty Ltd (Palentia), formerly known as Kebbel (NSW) Pty Ltd. Justice Barrett extended orders preventing Mr Burnard and Palentia from disposing of their assets until 5.00 pm on 23 October 2006. The orders permit Mr Burnard and Palentia to pay certain expenses including ordinary living and operating expenses, school fees for Mr Burnard’s children, legal expenses incurred in these proceedings up to set amounts, and payments servicing loan facilities with ‘arms length’ financial institutions. Justice Barrett also continued orders restraining Mr Burnard from leaving Australia and from coming within 100 metres of an Australian point of overseas departure.
Mr Burnard was previously required to deliver up all passports to the court and he continues to be restrained from applying for the issue of a new passport. The parties have liberty to apply to the Court in relation to these orders. The matter returns to Court for further hearing at 10.00 am on 23 October 2006. For further information contact: Anne Lampe ASIC Media Unit Mobile: 0434 600 148