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Multiplex started the legal proceedings when it submitted a claim saying it was owed pounds 14m by Cleveland Bridge.
There's still a lot of multiplex growth to go in those regions,'' Baskerville said.
Like the Rotterdam multiplex, it also has urbanistic ambitions to energize and densify the city centre by creating new public spaces.
The deal to sell the Grade II building was completed for about pounds 3m after the fire service agreed to sell to Multiplex.
Multiplex then initiated proceedings against Cleveland Bridge, claiming the sub-contractor owed the main contractor pounds 14m.
The scheme was developed by O'Neil Theatres, an independent multiplex cinema operator aimed at the budget, 'second-run' market in the south-east states.
A statement from Slater & Gordon said it is "investigating construction giant Multiplex over claims that the company may have misled investors.
A Multiplex statement said: "Multiplex has initiated claims against Cleveland Bridge in respect on earlier work on the national stadium project.
Additionally, Reading Entertainment announced plans for an art multiplex in Houston, and a published report in Daily Variety said Robert Redford's Sundance Institute was drawing plans for multiplexes that would screen art films in major U.
The Darlington company said that yesterday's ruling represented the "final chapter" in the saga, although it warned Multiplex that it faced a further hearing into the affair at the Court of Technology and Construction.
Both sides agreed to appoint an independent barrister to resolve the issue and yesterday it was revealed that he has ruled Multiplex must pay CBUK the relatively modest sum of pounds 423,000.
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