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Cattle class action makes $510m counteroffer

A COUNTEROFFER of $510 million, plus costs and interest, has been made to the Commonwealth Government in the hope of putting a decade long cattle class action battle to bed.

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 Cattle cohort offers $510m in the hope of putting an end to its decade long class action. Photo Pamela Lawson.

Cattle cohort offers $510m in the hope of putting an end to its decade long class action. Photo Pamela Lawson.

The applicant of a class action, involving cattle producers, exporters and independent service providers impacted by the unlawful closure of the live cattle export trade in 2011, has made the offer in...

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