Leading Spirit chairman Wong Shi-ling was hit with another writ yesterday, seeking repayment of loans of more than $17 million. Tai Fook Finance Co is the latest creditor to take legal action against Mr Wong in an effort to recover unpaid debts. A High Court writ says the company agreed to make credit facilities available to Mr Wong on October 31, 1996. Advances were made worth about $17.2 million by the end of January this year. As security, Mr Wong had charged 34.8 million shares in Leading Spirit (Holdings) Co and 3.84 million shares in Leading Spirit Conrowa Electric Co. Lawyers for the finance company demanded repayment of the loans in a letter dated January 22, but no payment has been made.