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Security of Payments update: High Court affirms scope of review limited to jurisdictional error

Australia - March 5 2018 The High Court has handed down its decisions in the second and third cases concerning Security of Payments legislation to come before it. In Probuild...


Plaintiff must properly plead its claim against concurrent wrongdoers

Australia - December 1 2017 In COI Building v 100 Percent Plumbing, Vickery J dealt with an application by the plaintiff to amend its Statement of Claim, which was opposed by the...

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Security of Payment update: NSWCA rules out judicial review for non-jurisdictional error of law

Australia - February 17 2017 In the middle of last year, a case in New South Wales in relation to the Building and Construction Industry Security of Payment Act 1999 (NSW)...


Representees in equitable estoppel cases will get what they were promised if they can prove it

Australia - May 27 2014 The recent High Court decision in Sidhu v Van Dyke 2014 HCA 19 (16 May 2014) has clarified some key issues in relation to the law of equitable...


A wider ambit for the unreasonable director-related transactions provisions of the Corporations Act?

Australia - March 11 2014 In Vasudevan & Ors v Becon Const & Anor 2014 VSCA 14, the Victorian Court of Appeal adopted a broader interpretation of the phrase 'for the benefit...