Vic to spend 18m on eureka party
After his election as Vic, Mr McMahon returned the favor by paying a “bizarre” $12.5m to his favourite bar, the Golden Bear, just days after winning election, according to the Independent.
The party took a $8m loan from the Department of Commerce and Tourism, which 드래곤 8 카지노then sold to two major banks, one owned by former Prime Minister Tony Abbott, the other by the Federal Treasurer Tim Howard, for $9m. The remaining loan to Mr McMahon was secured through a loan taken out by the state government of Western Australia in late 2013.
A total of $6m went to the three private bars, The Golden Bear, The Cask-O-Mat and The Pint, where Mr McMahon was a patron last year and was also the co-owner of The Pint and The Pint Pub. The $5m total is one of the biggest private spending of any state in Victoria, according to a spokesperson for Mr McMahon.
The Australian Financial Review said Mr McMahon “played a big part” in creating The Golden Bear, which he owned and controlled from 2008, to include a second bar, The Pint Pub, on the ground floor of the former casino.
He also had two bars, The Cask-O-Mat and The Pint.
The Victoria Government has been hit in the past by claims that its barcode enforcement is lax. Mr McMahon and M로얄카지노r Swan last year fought two legal actions over the issue which were settled out of court. However, his lawyer claims that if he has taken mor로투스 바카라 대여e than $7m in cash out of the state, he cannot be forced to pay the remaining $2m and has been given an ultimatum to either take back his money, give back part of it or leave Victoria, Mr McMahon’s lawyer says.
It is understood that Mr Swan took the money out of the state and paid back his share to him.