New Zealand courts must deal with NZ$2 million loan dispute says Supreme Court

    Kuo tu’utu’uni e Fakamaau’anga Lahi ‘a Tonga’ kuopau ke fai ia ki Nu’u Sila ‘a hono kikihi’i fakalao ‘o ha mo’ua ‘i he nō pa’anga Nu’u Sila ‘e $2 miliona. Ko e tu’utu’uni ‘eni hili ha kole ‘a Pilinisesi Pilolevu mo Lucy Anna Tupou ‘oku toe ‘iloa ko Lucy Anna ‘Ilaiu ke fakatatafe e tu’utu’uni ‘a e Fakamaau’anga Lahi ‘a Tonga ne fai ki mu’a atu ‘o tali e ‘eke ‘a e ongo mātu’a Nu’u Sila ko Graeme McLean Wallace mo Valerie Isobel Wallace ‘o pehē ‘oku mo’ua ange ‘e he pilinisesi’ mo ‘Ilaiu ‘a e pa’anga NZ$2,104,822 kia kinaua. ‘Oku kau ‘a Pilolevu ‘i he faka’ilo’ koe’uhi he ko ia na’a’ ne malu’i ‘a e noo’.

    The Supreme Court has ordered that a dispute over a NZ$2 million loan must be settled in a New Zealand court. Princess Pilolevu Tuita and Lucy Anna Tupou  aka  Lucy Anna ‘Ilaiu sought a judgement in the Tongan Supreme Court staying an earlier judgement in favour of New Zealanders Graeme McLean Wallace and  Valerie Isobel…


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