A man with alleged links to a bikie club will remain in custody for at least five more days over a Gold Coast home invasion.
Sven Kelly, 44, is facing four charges relating to an alleged Pacific Pines break and enter in August, where it will be claimed four men were stabbed.
Kelly's contested bail application will be held over until Tuesday, in line with Queensland's procedures for alleged bikies which requires evidence to be exchanged between the two legal parties before a decision on bail is made.
Outside the Southport Magistrates Court, defence lawyer Campbell MacCallum could not confirm whether Kelly was a member of a bikie group, but said his client did not know the residents of the house.
"At this stage it seems the evidence is fairly scarce and that will be borne out in our bail application which is next Tuesday," Mr MacCallum said.