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Will Singapore become an international centre of debt restructuring?
The paper compares Singapore's reforms to its insolvency and restructuring legislation with England and Wales and the US.
Australia
1 Dec 2018
2
Ipso facto law reform as of 1 July 2018
Contracts should be checked without delay to maximise protection (to the extent possible) from these significant changes.
Australia
2 Jul 2018
3
AAT approves registered liquidator application of non-resident and provides important clarification in respect of the new registration regime
Recent case considers the operation of the new statutory scheme for registration of liquidators.
Australia
13 Jun 2018
4
Mossgreen appeal dismissed by Federal Court
The Court was not satisfied that the administrators were entitled to an equitable lien of the kind and in that amount.
Australia
26 Apr 2018
5
Litigation funders: do they have to provide security for costs?
A litigation funding agreement may not protect an insolvent or impecunious plaintiff from a security for costs order.
Australia
25 Aug 2017
6
In the matter of South Head & District Synagogue (Sydney) (Administrators appointed)
This recent decision confirms that there is no automatic right to terminate contracts available to administrators.
Australia
14 Jul 2017
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Franchise Alert – Termination for insolvency under threat
This draft federal legislation to reform insolvency laws includes a provision that will worry many franchise systems.
Australia
19 Apr 2017
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Managing shipbuilding project risk in a challenging market
Managing risk in shipbuilding projects involves the technical construction, but also any changes in contractual terms.
Australia
29 Jul 2015
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Retention money trust accounts – implications for banks and insolvency practitioners
The new regulation prohibits the head contractor from withdrawing retention money except in accordance with the contract.
Australia
8 May 2015
10
Australian Insolvency Journal – Jeffery Black - Australian insolvency law reform
Some recommendations from a major review of US Chapter 11 bankruptcy are relevant to Australian insolvency law reform.
Australia
1 Apr 2015
11
Court update – Security of Payment Act 2002 (Vic) and companies in liquidation
The case provided certainty for companies in liquidation seeking to recover interim entitlements under the SOP Act (Vic).
Australia
3 Mar 2015
12
Getting your priorities right: Sydney Water Corporation v McGrath [2014] NSWCA
This recent judgment helpfully illustrates the operation of a priority application in relation to reinsurance proceeds.
Australia
28 Aug 2014
13
Australian court opens door to Chapter 11 bankruptcy case
Australian companies with a global presence can choose the location where they wish to start an insolvency proceeding.
Australia
19 Aug 2014
15
Inquiry into Construction Industry Insolvency in NSW – Final Report
The report makes recommendations to minimise the effect of construction company insolvencies on jobs and major projects.
Australia
17 Feb 2013
16
Issues Paper - Inquiry into Construction Industry Insolvency in NSW
The Issues Paper addresses a wide range of issues relating to corporate insolvencies in the NSW construction industry.
Australia
2 Dec 2012
17
Release at your peril - Commissioner of Taxation v Park [2012] FCAFC 122
When the mortgage was released for settlement, the Commissioner was entitled to payment in priority to the mortgagee.
Australia
12 Sep 2012
18
Personal Property Securities Act - "The need to be hasty"
The case highlights the benefits of promptly registering a security interest, so it will be visible to an administrator.
Australia
20 Aug 2012
19
To appoint an administrator: What isn't 'the whole or substantially the whole' of the assets of a company?
A charge which secured 68 per cent of the assets of a company did not represent 'the whole or substantially the whole'.
Australia
29 Oct 2011
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New Zealand liquidators recognised in Australia
NZ liquidators' powers recognised in Australia in a series of recent judgments.
Australia
23 Aug 2011
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