Manhunt founder's death: Friends, former business associates in legal spats over $1.06m estate

Manhunt International founder Alex Liu, who died in January last year aged 57, organised the first Manhunt competition at a local disco in 1988 and saw it grow into a global event. His estate, with a list of accounts totalling just over $1.06 million
Manhunt International founder Alex Liu, who died in January last year aged 57, organised the first Manhunt competition at a local disco in 1988 and saw it grow into a global event. His estate, with a list of accounts totalling just over $1.06 million, does not include his flat and other bank accounts in Singapore and Malaysia not listed in the asset schedule.PHOTO: ALEX LIU/FACEBOOK

Friends, executors, former business associates in spats over $1.06m estate

A will left by Manhunt International founder Alex Liu, who died last year, has sparked legal spats involving his friends and, separately, his former business associates.

Two beneficiaries of the 2016 will are seeking a court order for the executors to account for and speed up distribution of the proceeds from a $1.06 million estate.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on May 17, 2019, with the headline 'Manhunt founder's will sparks lawsuits'. Print Edition | Subscribe