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Serving a creditors statutory demand on a company where you are a director
Recovering debts from a company as a director can be a complicated process that needs to be carefully considered.
Australia
9 Mar 2019
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Setting aside a statutory demand on conditions: a double-edged sword?
Article reminds us that the court has the power to set aside the statutory demand on conditions.
Australia
8 May 2018
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Draft legislation introduced preventing alleged perpetrators of domestic violence from cross-examining their victims
The draft bill proposes to introduce a court-appointed third party to be cross-examiner in family violence proceedings.
Australia
17 Sep 2017
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Withdrawing last minute offers to settle – not as simple as one might think
We discuss Project Gas Services Pty Ltd v Leaseplus Operations Pty Ltd [2017] VSCA 55.
Australia
30 Apr 2017
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Can a statutory demand served at a company's virtual office be resisted out of time?
These cases highlight the importance of ASIC records being up-to-date and correctly recording the registered office.
Australia
3 Jan 2017
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Courts look cautiously at service of court process by social media
Social media presence and activity could, in some circumstances, be used to support service of important court documents.
Australia
12 Sep 2013
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Personal injuries case update: evidence
This decision highlights the burden to produce evidence to support every head of damage in a personal injuries claim.
Australia
5 May 2013
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'Less than truthful' witness renders evidence irrelevant and loses insurance claim for allegedly stolen car
The Supreme Court upheld the decision to disregard evidence where the overall account was considered less than truthful.
Australia
20 Apr 2013
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Indemnity costs and judicial discretion: don't let rejection of a genuine Calderbank offer backfire on you
The case provided a good illustration of the risks associated with rejecting a genuine and reasonable Calderbank offer.
Australia
23 Dec 2012
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Queensland scales of costs adjusted by CPI
The scales of costs in Queensland courts have increased by 4.9% to account for changes in the Consumer Price Index.
Australia
4 Sep 2012
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Judge denies legal costs recovery in court win
A Victorian Supreme Court judge has delivered a pointed reminder about the rules on orders for recovery of costs.
Australia
17 Aug 2012
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