Corey and Prue Ireland both enter not guilty plea in Sutherland Local Court

Irelands to fight ASIC charges

COREY Dean Ireland and his wife Prudence Jane Ireland have both entered a not guilty plea in the Sutherland Local Court this week.

The pair from Ireland's Angus in southern NSW have both been charged with "not delivering books to the liquidator".

The criminal Australian Securities and Investments Commission's legal action relates to the liquidation of the couple's business CD and PJ Ireland, which was trustee for the Ireland's Angus Stud, which operated at Kyeamba.

Liquidation resulted after court action on November 14, 2019 from petitioning creditor East Coast Stockfeeds Pty Ltd, which was owed $43,311.52 for stock feed.

The pair appeared in Sutherland Local Court on Tuesday before Magistrate S Nash.

The matters, for both Mr and Mrs Ireland, are now listed for hearing on December 2, 2021 before the Local Court at Sutherland.

Meanwhile, Corey Dean Ireland is before the Wagga Local Court charged with 13 counts of fraud, but is yet to enter a plea. Civil matters are being heard in the Supreme and Federal courts.