CTV inquiry: Documents missing
Mon, 16 Jul 2012 12:01p.m.
By Kloe Palmer
The head of the firm that designed the CTV building has continued giving evidence at Royal Commission hearings in Christchurch.
In court last week Dr Alan Reay attacked a Department of Building and housing report which blamed his company's work for the buildings collapse.
Families’ lawyer Marcus Elliot today grilled Dr Reay on missing documents relating to his firm's work on the building.
When asked whether he had destroyed discs containing relevant documents, Dr Reay couldn't give a straight answer.
“I don't remember,” he says.
Dr Reay says his whole company had access to the documents and says they may have been misplaced over the years.
He told the commission he searched through various files where he thought CTV documents could have accidentally ended up, but found nothing of interest.
“I have found nothing else, even in a 1991 file, nothing relevant to the CTV building.”
Dr Reay is expected to continue giving evidence until late tomorrow afternoon.
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16/07/2012 6:07:34 p.m.
thats disgusting and very convinient 'dr' ray, disgusting!!!
16/07/2012 2:15:58 p.m.
Yea right mate !!
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