The founder of Launceston motorcycle dealership Braaap is expected to front court again next month.
Brad Smith, 29, previously appeared on behalf of his company, which is facing identification plate and vehicle importation related charges.
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The matters were before the Launceston Magistrates Court on Tuesday, but Mr Smith did not appear.
Instead his lawyer, Evan Hughes, asked Magistrate Ken Stanton to adjourn the case further.
Mr Smith has yet to enter a plea.
Mr Stanton adjourned the matters until March 13.
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