Commercial

Simple mistakes made by businesses failing to register security interests

The introduction of the Personal Property Securities Act 2009 (“the Act”) is by no means recent and many aspects of the Act have been well litigated. However, 8 years on it is clear that parties in the business of providing credit, goods or leasing (amongst many others) can still fall foul of simple mistakes whenRead More »Simple mistakes made by businesses failing to register security interests

Why you should always seek advice before signing a Contract

It never ceases to amaze that people will enter into Contracts for large sums of money without initially seeking advice on the nature of the agreement they are entering into. In fact, at times, people are preparing their own agreements which cover the bare necessities of the agreement but make absolutely no provision to protectRead More »Why you should always seek advice before signing a Contract
dutiesofmortgagee

Sold Under Market Value: The Duties of the Mortgagee

Sold Under Market Value: The Duties of Mortgagee A 2013 decision of the NSW Supreme Court reminds mortgagors and those exercising powers of sale (including liquidators appointed under the Corporations Act) of the importance to ensure that appropriate due diligence and appropriate marketing is engaged in. In the case of Australia and New Zealand BankingRead More »Sold Under Market Value: The Duties of the Mortgagee
business debt collection

Getting Paid

Getting Paid Does your business struggle to chase up overdue client payments? Do you find yourself wasting your day following up client debtors when you… Read More »Getting Paid