Articles matching Consumer Bankruptcy & Insolvency


What to do with objections to discharge from Bankruptcy

Filed under: Consumer Bankruptcy & Insolvency

If you are struggling to know how to manage an opinionated and difficult bankruptcy trustee who has just objected to your discharge from bankruptcy, then...

Rights of bankrupt employees limited

Filed under: Employment Law - Worker Perspective, Employment Law - Employer Perspective, Industrial Relations, Consumer Bankruptcy & Insolvency, Employment and Human Resources

The Federal Magistrates Court recently found that an undischarged bankrupt was unable to seek compensation or a financial penalty against a former employer...

Non-divisable Property and the Bankruptcy Trustee's Rights

Filed under: Equity & Trusts, Property Settlement, Financial Disputes, Consumer Bankruptcy & Insolvency, Consumer Bankruptcy and Insolvency

The Full Federal Court in McDonald v Young [2012] FCAFC 137 recently considered whether a trustee in bankruptcy can have recourse to the non-divisible...

Caveats in debt collection in Queensland

Filed under: Consumer Bankruptcy & Insolvency

Common questions and answers for using caveats over real property in debt collection

Considering Bankruptcy? Here’s what You Should Know Before Taking Action

Filed under: Business Bankruptcy & Insolvency, Consumer Bankruptcy & Insolvency

It’s sobering to note that the combined household debt of all Australians according to the Reserve Bank is over 100 percent of the GDP. Many people who...

Five Things to be Aware of if you are in Debt

Filed under: Consumer Bankruptcy & Insolvency

According to the Reserve Bank, each Australian owes an average of $74,000 in debt repayments. To put that number is perspective, Australians have more...

Debt Recovery

Filed under: Business & Commercial Law, Commercial Litigation, Building & Construction law, Consumer Bankruptcy & Insolvency

Debt recovery is an important cash flow issue for businesses and should be a significant part of management control systems.

Insolvency Reforms Pass Senate

Filed under: Business Bankruptcy & Insolvency, Corporations Law, Consumer Bankruptcy & Insolvency

The Senate has passed a package of insolvency reforms and the Bill is now awaiting Assent. The Corporations Amendment (Insolvency) Bill 2007 is the outcome...

The Media World Case in Australia

Filed under: Business Bankruptcy & Insolvency, Corporations Law, Consumer Bankruptcy & Insolvency

Comment on the recent Federal Court Media World decision has suggested that it could prejudice the ability of Australian companies to raise debt finance...

ASIC Proposes Changes to Liquidator Registration

Filed under: Business Bankruptcy & Insolvency, Corporations Law, Consumer Bankruptcy & Insolvency

A recent ASIC policy proposal paper, if accepted, will significantly overhaul the criteria for liquidator registration.

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