A June hearing has been set to decide whether Mark Holyoake can appeal his legal defeat against property tycoons Nick and Christian Candy. The Court of Appeal has scheduled a one-hour hearing on 14 June to decide whether Holyoake is entitled to permission to appeal in the high-profile case. Last December, High Court judge Mr Justice Nugee found that Holyoake “repeatedly lied” and “resorted to forgery, deceit and impersonation” in his claim against Nick and Christian Candy, and Christian’s company, CPC Group.
Holyoake sued the Candy brothers
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