Inglis in legal battle with ATC

Inglis in legal battle with ATC

Inglis is locked in a $20 million legal stoush with
the Australian Turf Club over a parcel of land used as
an illegal dumping ground that was later purchased
by the sales company where its Riverside Stables
complex has been built. The battle between the
auction house and the ATC has prompted Supreme
Court action being taken by Inglis to recoup the     
estimated cost of removing the uncontrolled fill
located on the south-eastern corner of the complex
adjacent to Georges River, the Sydney Morning
Herald reported. Inglis allege that previous ATC
management had an unofficial agreement to use
the dumping ground, which was part of the land
sold to Inglis to allow its relocation from Newmarket.
Inglis is also suing development consultant SMEC for allegedly being negligent in failing to identify the
affected land prior to the construction of the $140million complex.