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Johnson Winter & Slattery | Australia | 10 May 2017

PPSR registration - Route 166 now closed

The New South Wales Supreme Court has found that a secured party cannot rely on its own mistake when registering on the Personal Property Securities


MinterEllison | Australia | 27 Jul 2016

Mortgagees in possession: are they entitled to the statutory warranties under the Home Building Act 1989 (NSW)?

A mortgagee in possession of land will not become entitled to the benefit of statutory warranties andor home warranty insurance under the Home


Baker McKenzie | Australia | 30 Jun 2016

NSW duties abolitions

The NSW Treasurer has confirmed the abolition of a number of duties from 1 July 2016 in her budget for 2016-17


Johnson Winter & Slattery | Australia | 30 Jun 2016

Australian courts adopt US ‘Fraud on the Market’ theory

An Australian Court has for the first time clearly approved the ‘indirect causation’ approach for shareholder securities claims resulting from


MinterEllison | Australia | 22 Jun 2016

Foreign purchaser duty surcharge and NSW Budget

The 2016-17 NSW Budget was handed down yesterday. The key stamp duty outcomes are the confirmed abolition of certain business duties, mortgage duty


Herbert Smith Freehills LLP | Australia | 22 Apr 2016

A step forward for market based causation?

The issue of how to prove causation has been the subject of significant debate in Australian securities class actions involving alleged contraventions


Herbert Smith Freehills LLP | Australia | 12 Sep 2013

Avoiding the consequences of certain scheme provisions

The Court’s pragmatic approach in this scheme is significant. As far as the authors are aware, in the past, the courts have only been asked by scheme


Corrs Chambers Westgarth | Australia | 17 Apr 2013

HIH offers yet another lesson for investors - this time on the dangers of convertible notes

A Supreme Court decision has delivered a hefty blow to holders of HIH Holdings (NZ) convertible notes leaving them with little hope of recovering any


Clayton Utz | Australia | 14 Feb 2013

Deferred purchase priceloan note arrangements - do you have enforceable security?

In the recent case of Bondi Beachside Pty Ltd v Chief Commissioner of State Revenue 2013 NSWSC 21, Justice Gzell of the NSW Supreme Court held that


Bartier Perry | Australia | 19 Jun 2012

Abolition of stamp duty deferred ... again

The New South Wales State Budget was handed down on 12 June 2012.

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