On October 6, Justice Conway in Canada heard and denied yet another of TD Bank’s procedural motions to stay the action. Justice Conway determined that TD’s motion lacked merit and did not warrant the stay requested. She dismissed the motion and ordered costs for the time spent on this motion be paid by TD to the Joint Liquidators.
The case is now in the discovery phase. The court has ordered TD to produce documents to the Joint Liquidators by April 6, 2017.
Please visit the court filings and orders tab to access the order and other recent court filings.
30 MAY 2014
16 DECEMBER 2014
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– Please use the link provided to listen to the Online Creditors Meeting that was given by the Stanford International Bank Joint Liquidators on December 7, 2011.
– Please use the links provided below to watch or read the transcript from the OnlineCreditors Meeting that was given by the Stanford International Bank Joint Liquidators on October 11, 2011.