Former Abel Tasman beach owners lose home in Wellington

  • A Wellington lawyer and his family have 21 days to leave their home, after failing to fight off a multi-million dollar claim by the Bank of New Zealand (BNZ).

Michael Garnham and his father-in-law Michael Spackman have been ordered to hand over a $1.6 million home in Ludlam St, Seatoun, as well as pay $1.37m, to the bank.

Garnham is understood to have lived in the house with his family. They have until July 5 to leave. Spackman lives in a retirement village in Newtown.

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A High Court judge has ordered Michael Spackman and Michael Garnham to hand their Seatoun house over to the Bank of New Zealand.

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