Supreme Court turns down application to have repayment order for unpaid loan set aside

‘Ikai tali ‘e he Fakamaau’anga Lahi e kole ‘a e ongo talatalaaki ko Talifolau mo Jacinta Koto ke ‘oua te na totongi ki he fakamaau’anga’ ‘a e $20,000 ko ‘ena nō. Na’a na taukave’i ne ‘ikai ha’ana ‘ilo ki he’ena nō ko ‘eni’, ‘a ia na’e toe tānaki fakalahi atu ki he’ena nō $70,702.80 ke totongi ‘osi ‘aki ‘ena nō fale he Pangikē Talifaki Fakafonua’. Na’e faka’ikai’i ‘eni ‘e he pangikee’ ‘o pehē ne ‘ilo pe ‘e he ongo mātu’a ‘a e toe nō fakalahi ko ‘eni’ pea’ ne tui ‘a Fakamaau Lahi Laki Niu ki he pangikee’ ‘o ne tu’utu’uni ai kuopau ke na totongi kotoa ‘a e $70,702.80 fakataha mo e tupu pēseti ‘e 12.25 ‘ he ta’u fakataha mo e $19,893.78 tānaki ki ai mo e tupu pēseti ‘e 17.75 he ta’u.

The Supreme Court has dismissed an application by a couple to have an order against them by the ANZ bank set aside.  In May 2009 the court ordered that Talifolau and Jacinta Koto pay $70,702.80 plus interest at 12.25% per annum and $19,893.78 plus interest at 17.75% per annum. The judgements were made with regard…

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