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The ins and outs of insider trading (Part 1)
Companies and persons in possession of "inside information" should be aware of the law governing its use and disclosure.
Australia
15 Feb 2014
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ASIC puts insider trading under the microscope with a new market surveillance system
MAI is a significant upgrade to ASIC capabilities in detecting insider trading and other market misconduct prohibitions.
Australia
15 Dec 2013
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Recent decision reinforces the importance of perfection under Australia's PPSA
The decision also confirms that Australian courts will look to Canadian and NZ courts for guidance to interpret the PPSA.
Australia
29 Aug 2013
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Australian personal property securities update
The update examines recent and upcoming developments relating to the PPSA and key issues dealt with by recent case law.
Australia
24 Jul 2013
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Introduction of the Corporations Amendment (Simple Corporate Bonds and Other Measures) Bill 2013 (Cth)
The Bill aims to reduce regulation and to streamline disclosure requirements for the issue of simple corporate bonds.
Australia
13 Apr 2013
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Ensuring Creditor Protection In Asia Pacific Construction Projects - Part I: The Personal Property Securities Law in Australia
This article looks in particular at the application and impact of the PPSA to construction projects in Australia.
Australia
28 Nov 2012
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Personal Property Securities Act 2009 (CTH) (PPSA) – Six Months On
Although the main problems have now been largely resolved, issues still remain.
Australia
3 Aug 2012
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Real Property and Conveyancing Legislation Amendment Act 2009 (NSW)
This article focusses on issues in relation to the duties of mortgagees (which commenced on 1 November 2011).
Australia
18 Mar 2012
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Upcoming abolition of NSW mortgage duty already providing benefits from the ground up
The abolition of mortgage duty in 2012 will be a positive step in secured lending transactions in NSW.
Australia
20 Oct 2011
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FSR Update - High Court Case Potentially Adverse To Financiers
In a unanimous decision on 13 October 2009, the High Court of Australia (regarding Ronald John Bofinger & Anor v Kingsway Group Limited, formerly Willis & Bowring Mortgage Investments Limited & Ors) allowed guarantors, who had provided guarantees to the first, second and third mortgagees involved in a property development project, the right to claim equitable compensation from the first mortgagee.
Australia
21 Oct 2009
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Margin Lending - Issues 2009
‘There will be a single, standard, national regulation and supervision of margin lending by July 1, 2009.’ - Minister for Superannuation & Corporate Law, Senator the Hon Nick Sherry, 18 January 2009.
Australia
3 Apr 2009
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Bank Found Not Liable For Failed Property Development
In the case, Piper v ANZ National Bank Limited [2008] NZHC 872, it was alleged that the Bank was liable for the costs to complete the unfinished development and the costs to repair defects in the construction work. Lenders may breathe a sigh of relief at the decision of Justice Winkelmann that the claim against the Bank could not succeed.
Australia
21 Jan 2009
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Indefeasibility Under Attack, Part 2: Forged ´All Obligations´ Mortgages
The recent Court of Appeal decision of Westpac Banking Corporation v Clark (Unreported, CA 172/06, [5 September 2008]) goes some way to answering a technical but important issue on indefeasibility with significant ramifications for corporate lenders in New Zealand.
Australia
20 Jan 2009
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The Blame Game - How moral culpability plays a role in the application of proportionate liability legislation
A recent case shows moral culpability is a factor in apportioning responsibility under proportionate liability legislation.
Australia
22 Oct 2008
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Commercial Leases - New Limits On Tenants´ Liability
New Zealand landlords are now, in many circumstances, prevented from forcing tenants to make good the damage to premises where the damage arises from particular risks.
Australia
27 Aug 2008
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Bank Unable To Rely On Solicitors’ Certificate
The High Court decision in Rutherford v BNZ serves as a warning for lenders offering mortgages over jointly owned property.
New Zealand
19 Jan 2008
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Banking And Finance Update - Back To The Future: High Court Adds To Drive To ´Old Fashioned´ Mortgages
On 15 November 2007, the Full Court of the High Court of Australia clarified Australian law in relation to the operation of the transfers of mortgages.
Australia
11 Dec 2007
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Mortgage Duty Continues To Add To Finance Costs
The NSW State Government has recently passed legislation bringing forward the abolition of mortgage duty from 1 January 2011 to 1 July 2009.
Australia
26 Sep 2007
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Sale Of Mortgaged Land Ordered By The NSW Supreme Court On The Application Of A Mortgagor - A Cautionary Tale For Second Mortgagees.
In a recent decision, the NSW Supreme Court (at the request of a mortgagor) ordered second and third ranking mortgagees to discharge their mortgages without receiving payment of their outstanding debt.
Australia
21 May 2007
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