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Dispute resolution agenda: accessing company information
Legal mechanisms are available to access company information where misconduct is suspected and the company is refusing access.
Australia
6 Feb 2018
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Insolvency insights: Rexel, unfair preferences and section 553C setoff
Unless the controversy of section 553C setoff is otherwise determined, the Rexel decision may continue to be relied upon.
Australia
24 Mar 2017
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Dangers in using and relying upon directors' electronic signatures
This case was a reminder for directors and any person in business using, or seeking to rely on, an electronic signature.
Australia
27 Feb 2017
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Insolvency insights: The safe harbour proposal for directors will not protect against all storms
This bulletin discusses the reform of the proposed 'safe harbour' for directors from the insolvent trading provisions.
Australia
16 Sep 2016
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Can a director's liability for insolvent trading be reduced by a set-off against the company?
A set-off could help to cancel out or significantly reduce the director's liability to the company for insolvent trading.
Australia
12 Jul 2015
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Companies and perils of ostensible authority: the danger of paying money to a third party and not to the creditor
A prudent debtor should insist upon clear authorisation from the company before making the payment to a third party.
Australia
6 Apr 2015
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Directors breaching their fiduciary duties: transaction challenged by the receiver
The issue was whether directors had breached fiduciary duties, entitling the company to have the transaction set aside.
Australia
26 Mar 2015
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Has the company correctly signed the contract? Personal liability of directors for incorrectly signed contracts
If a contract is incorrectly signed, directors who purport to sign on behalf of the company could be personally liable.
Australia
30 Jan 2015
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Unreasonable director-related transactions
This Victorian decision will be welcomed by liquidators, but it has worrying implications for financiers or creditors.
Australia
19 Sep 2014
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Shareholder Oppression: No Free Ticket For Forced Sale or Winding Up
It is not uncommon in shareholder disputes involving allegations of oppression under section 232 of the Corporations Act 2001 (Cth) for the aggrieved shareholder to seek to wind up the company as part of a wider strategy seeking a buy-out order.
Australia
15 Apr 2010
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