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SA/NT Evening Forum - Unfair preference claims revisited
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Date: Thursday 26 August 2021, from 5:30pm
Delivery: Face-to-face
Speaker: Tyneil Flaherty, Barrister, Murray Chambers
Tyneil Flaherty, Barrister at Murray Chambers, will review the current status of the legal elements and defences involved in unfair preference claims, with particular emphasis on the recent Full Federal Court’s decision in Badenoch Integrated Logging Pty Ltd v Bryant, in the matter of Gunns Limited (in liq) (receivers and managers appointed) [2021] FCAFC 64.
This case has overturned the peak indebtedness rule which had its origins nearly 60 years ago and provides further insights into how liquidators should apply the doctrine of ultimate effect and assess a continuing business relationship.
The SA/NT Committee invites you to an interesting discussion on whether Badenoch’s case may be the end of preference claims in Australia and if there is any good news for liquidators in pursuing preference actions.
Registration closes Thursday, 19 August at 4pm.
For group bookings please email events@arita.com.au with the name of the person who will be processing the booking.
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  • Date: Thursday 26 August 2021, from 5:30pm  
  • Delivery: Face-to-face

Speaker: Tyneil Flaherty, Barrister, Murray Chambers 

Tyneil Flaherty, Barrister at Murray Chambers,  will review the current status of the legal elements and defences involved in unfair preference claims, with particular emphasis on the recent Full Federal Court’s decision in Badenoch Integrated Logging Pty Ltd v Bryant, in the matter of Gunns Limited (in liq) (receivers and managers appointed) [2021] FCAFC 64.

This case has overturned the peak indebtedness rule which had its origins nearly 60 years ago and provides further insights into how liquidators should apply the doctrine of ultimate effect and assess a continuing business relationship.

The SA/NT Committee invites you to an interesting discussion on whether Badenoch’s case may be the end of preference claims in Australia and if there is any good news for liquidators in pursuing preference actions.

Registration closes Thursday, 19 August at 4pm. 

For group bookings please email events@arita.com.au with the name of the person who will be processing the booking. 

Course/Activity Information

Location

The Gallery
The Weymouth Room, Level 2, 30 Weymouth Street, Adelaide SA 5000

Time

Registration & drinks from 5:30 pm

Presentation from 5:45 pm to 6:45 pm

Drinks and nibbles from 6:45 pm onwards

Cost 

Members $67.10 (incl. GST)

Non-Members:  $82.50 (inc. GST)

Registrations close 4pm on Thursday, 19 August.

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