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Clayton Utz | Australia | 14 Nov 2011

New debate needed on merits of PPPs

Since their debut in Australia, public-private partnerships (PPPs) have been the subject of heated debate and plenty of criticism.


Clayton Utz | Asia-Pacific, Australia | 16 Jun 2011

Project finance update: current activity and appetite for risk

Angus Foley and Bruce Cooper talk to Boardroom Radio about project finance activity in Australia and in Asia.


Clayton Utz | Australia | 5 May 2011

PPPs: the Australian GFC experience

Recent projects indicate that the climate is improving and investor confidence in the infrastructure market is growing.


Clayton Utz | Australia | 24 Sep 2009

Injunctions to restrain the exercise of a power of sale by a mortgagee: when will they be granted?

Imminent refinancing or repayment, which had been a key factor in earlier cases where there was no dispute as to the amount owing, may no longer be a necessary pre-requisite for the grant of an injunction to restrain the exercise of a power of sale by a mortgagee.

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