LEGISLATIVE councillor Mr Chim Pui-chung and two partners in the accounting firm of Glass Radcliffe have filed a writ seeking damages over letters written to the Stock Exchange of Hongkong. Named in the writ filed in the Supreme Court is Mr Lim Yew-nee, with a London address. The other two plaintiffs are Mr Malcolm Glass and Mr Andrew Ross. Mr Chim is the beneficial shareholder in two companies, Lucky Man Properties and Mandarin Resources Corporation. On January 16, Mr Glass and Mr Ross were appointed as liquidators of three companies which were shareholders in Lucky Man. The writ claims that Mr Lim wrote the three letters between July and September last year, making various complaints and using defamatory words against the plaintiffs. Copies of the letters were sent to the Chairman of the Securities and Futures Commission, the Official Receiver and the Registrar of Companies.