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132m accuser and the case of the phantom haddock Mark Holyoake, the courtroom scourge of the wealthy Candy brothers, is no stranger to fishy business.
The 43 year old entrepreneur is already known in the City for presiding over the collapse of British Seafood, a company he set up to buy fish in the Far East to supply diners in Europe. Holyoake has brought a 132million court case against the property tycoons Nick Candy, 43, and Christian, 42, that has forced the duo to lift the lid on their wealth. High profile backers included venture capital group 3i. Holyoake had the support of leading banks including state supported Bank of Scotland, meaning taxpayers price of pandora charm bracelet lost money when it went under. A probe into the collapse by the Serious Fraud Office was dropped in 2013 with no charges made. The British Seafood debacle has not, it seems, interfered too much with Holyoake's affluent lifestyle. He lives on pandora charm bracelet cheap the sun drenched island of Ibiza in a villa which he claims is worth more than 20million, owned with his wife Emma through an Irish company. He denies this is for tax reasons. Nor did it prevent Holyoake embarking on an ambitious plan to develop a prime London property site leading to his bitter row with the Candys. And it did not stop him from launching a separate seafood business on the Icelandic stock market earlier this year, reportedly netting him a windfall of more than 9m in the process. Shortly after the failure of British Seafood in 2010, Holyoake believed that he had spotted an opportunity to cash in on London's booming real estate market. Trial: MarkHolyoake brought a 132m court case against the property tycoon brothers He turned to Nick Candy, an old friend from their days at Reading University, for a 12million loan to help with his plans to develop Grosvenor Gardens House, a prime site in central London. The 132m he is demanding in the High Court is the total amount of losses he claims to have incurred through his run in with the Candys. He obtained the 12million through Christian Candy's company CPC, in the form of an unsecured personal loan. He agreed to hand the Candys 20 per cent interest, plus a hefty share in any profits on the project. The Candys say Holyoake defaulted on the loan almost from the outset and claim he is intent on dragging them through the mud in order to extract money from them. Holyoake claims the Candys threatened to pass on his debt to Russians who 'would not think twice about hurting Mr Holyoake or his family'. He said that Christian asked after the health of his pregnant wife Emma in such a tone that it suggested a threat to her and their unborn baby. The Candys deny any threats. In the course of the lawsuit, which is still at an early stage, details of the brothers' wealth have been laid bare, including lavish gifts adding up to 265million from Christian to Nick. The brothers said the presents including a penthouse overlooking Hyde Park worth 160million, a 95million Chelsea townhouse and 10million in cash pandora bracelet charms sale were all made out of brotherly love. They pooh poohed the idea it was a tax dodge, saying the gifts were in line with their late father's wishes, because 'blood is thicker than water'. Questions were also raised about how Nick could afford his luxurious lifestyle, including a 26million superyacht he recently had refitted for his wife, reality TV star and singer Holly Valance, and their daughter Luka. Among Nick's other trappings of wealth are cars valued at 915,000, watches worth more than 1.1million and jewellery worth 3.4million. He has more than 14m in personal and company bank accounts. Christian claimed the lawsuit which has resulted in shackles being put on the brothers disposing of assets worth more than 5million outside the normal course of business could jeopardise the sale of his five storey villa in Monaco. He says he found a buyer for the property in March for between 67million and 85million after searching for two years, but said he was worried that purchasers might be scared off. The villa, owned by a company registered in Monaco, is in a 'rarefied' market because of its opulence and its exclusive location, Christian claimed.
A spokesman declined to say whether the sale had gone through. Mortifying though the attention must be for stores that sell pandora charms near me the Candys, their accuser Holyoake has found his own affairs coming back under the microscope.
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