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Australia: Know your unfair preference defences. Do not pay! – Mondaq News Alerts - August 14, 2018

Australia: Know your unfair preference defences. Do not pay! Mondaq News Alerts Defences are available for voidable unfair preference payments under the Corporations Act 2001. You've done the work, provided a product, invoiced for the work/product and therefore are entitled to be paid. It can t.

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Custom Case Manufacturer Goes Into Bankruptcy, Blames Tariffs – Kotaku Australia - August 14, 2018

Kotaku Australia Custom Case Manufacturer Goes Into Bankruptcy, Blames Tariffs Kotaku Australia If you were in the market for a customisable, super high-end case — we're talking more than a few hundred dollars here — then chances are you'd need a custom job. CaseLabs was one such manuf.

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Craigieburn third highest in Victoria for bankruptcies – Herald Sun - August 13, 2018

Herald Sun Craigieburn third highest in Victoria for bankruptcies Herald Sun ... which had 84 bankruptcies and Pakenham with 96. ROXBURGH PARK TO MICKLEHAM MORTGAGEES FEELING THE STRESS MORE · CRAIGIEBURN HAS THE THIRD HIGHEST NUMBER OF INSOLVENCIES ACROSS AUSTRALIA DATA SHOWS..

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Gone, but oBikes not forgotten in Melbourne | Herald Sun – Herald Sun - August 13, 2018

Herald Sun Gone, but oBikes not forgotten in Melbourne | Herald Sun Herald Sun THE number of oBikes still sitting on the Yarra riverbed could be more than 80, according to the contractor who fished out almost 200 for the Singapore share ... and more ».

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Jobs axed as John Cootes Furniture to shut after 35 years – NEWS.com.au - August 13, 2018

NEWS.com.au Jobs axed as John Cootes Furniture to shut after 35 years NEWS.com.au AFTER 35 years in business in Australia, John Cootes Furniture has been forced to close its doors, shedding 135 jobs. The closure will also see 12 stores close across NSW and the ACT by the end of December. Those affec.

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Gone, but oBikes not forgotten in Melbourne – Herald Sun - August 13, 2018

Herald Sun Gone, but oBikes not forgotten in Melbourne Herald Sun The company has since left Australia and has filed for bankruptcy in Singapore. While most of the discarded cycles have now been removed from the city's streets and edges of the waterways but Yarra riverkeeper Andrew Kelly agreed.

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