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Best-known for their luxury One Hyde Park development in Knightsbridge, West London, where one flat sold for £136million, the brothers were in court to hear many of the allegations against them, and were accompanied by bodyguards.
Christian Candy, 42, has assets valued at around £1.2billion and his development company owns properties worth some £900million.
The Candys have been on a fast track to fortune since the mid 1990s when they made their first modest start.
They made a £50,000 gain on a flat they bought for £122,000 in Earls Court London that they purchased and did up with the help of a £6,000 loan from their grandmother.
The brothers were alleged to be involved in a conspiracy to drive the businessman into bankruptcy so they could 'steal' a multi-million pound development deal and the site.
Mr Holyoake's wife would later claim the brothers would also row and alleged that Christian 'bullied' his brother Nick to the point that he once wound up 'crying in the foetal position' on a hotel room floor.Both insist the loan was made by Christian Candy's property firm, CPC, and that he was entitled to demand the loan was repaid after Mr Holyoake allegedly defaulted on repayments.The long-running legal dispute forced the brothers to reveal details about their businesses and lifestyles.His older brother Nick, 44, owns a £1.1million collection of watches and his wedding to former pop singer Miss Valance was reported to have cost up to £3million including £1.2million for Katy Perry to perform.The High Court case centred on a £12million loan provided to Old Harrovian Mr Holyoake in 2011 to help him finance a property deal.
Billionaire Nick Candy last night held a card that read 'congratulations daddy, you're a winner' as he and his wife Holly Valance celebrated a £132million High Court win.