By LAMECH JOHNSON
Tribune Staff Reporter
SUPREME Court Justice Ian Winder has again acceded to the Crown's request to further adjourn the government's winding-up petition of Baha Mar until May 2.
The request was made on Monday morning by Crown lawyer Loren Klein, who said notwithstanding a few new developments since the stalled Cable Beach mega resort went into receivership, the initial request for two months for stakeholders to conclude negotiations were "overly-ambitious".
Respective creditors and stakeholders in the project - China Export Import Bank, CCA Bahamas and various government agencies which are part of the proceedings - had no objection to the adjournment.
The initial hearing was scheduled last November.
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