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Why would any Bankrupt hand in their Passport?

Two recent cases have led me to ask the question.  “Why would any bankrupt in their right mind hand in their passport to their Trustee in Bankruptcy?” In both cases, I thought it was a no-brainer; the Trustee should retain the passport, but in each…

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September 20, 2017

We Now Have a Perth Office

SV Partners is pleased to announce the expansion of our services to Perth as of the 13th of September. New to the SV Partners team, Director Malcolm Field, will be leading our Perth office alongside his established insolvency team. With over 15 years’ experience in…

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ATO Garnishee Notices Served Before or After a Company Goes Into Liquidation

It is undeniable that the ATO has broad powers to collect taxation debts and enforce compliance on taxpayers. Where the ATO believes that stronger recovery action is required against a taxpayer, it may elect to issue garnishee notices to persons or businesses that may hold...

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ASIC’s ‘User Pays’ Model Increases Costs of Court Liquidations

Court liquidation appointments have always carried out-of-pocket costs for an appointed liquidator; searches, advertising and internal disbursement charges. That is all regardless of whether there are any monetary recoveries in the liquidation. The recent introduction by ASIC of its User Pays industry funding model has…

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Court Ordered Liquidation – Is this Really the End?

The appointment of a Liquidator by the Court is a common conclusion to the process of debt recovery action initiated by one or more creditors. The preceding events typically encompass: Service of a Creditors Statutory Demand (CSD) on the debtor company; The failure to comply…

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For the attention of Creditors regarding the Administrations of Victoria Station Corporation Pty Ltd ACN 104 082 797, Victoria Station Services Pty Ltd ACN 074 633 533, Michael Hartz Pty Ltd ACN 104 083 598 and Paul Hartz Pty Ltd ACN 104 084 693: To download…

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September 19, 2017

Does your Choice of Liquidator Even Matter?

You are a solicitor acting for a client who is owed money from a corporate debtor. You have issued a statutory demand which has expired and now it’s time to take the next step and commence winding up proceedings. Does it matter which liquidator you…

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September 13, 2017

Website Launch

We are proud to announce the launch of our new website   On this day in history in 1998, Google was launched by Larry Page and Sergey Brin. Although we can’t quite match that feat, we are very excited to announce that we have just launched…

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September 4, 2017

Legal update – no setting-off unfair preferences

In surveying the myriad of competing case law and theories, Matthew Hudson of our SV Voidables team has published an article in the Australian Restructuring Insolvency & Turnaround Association Journal arguing four possible reasons why set-off should not apply to unfair preference claims. We have…

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August 23, 2017

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