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ANZ gave farming couple eight days to pay $300000 – The Guardian - June 27, 2018

The Guardian ANZ gave farming couple eight days to pay $300000 The Guardian The ANZ bank made a couple sell their sheep, farm and home then threatened them with bankruptcy if they didn't come up with $300,000 within eight days, an inquiry has heard. Western Australian farmers Stephen and Janine.

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Huawei boss pushes case for Chinese firm to build 5G network – politics live – The Guardian - June 27, 2018

The Guardian Huawei boss pushes case for Chinese firm to build 5G network – politics live The Guardian Huawei Australia chairman John Lord at the National Press Club. Photograph: Mick ... “The constitution has an insolvency head of power which would likely enable the commission to use coercive p.

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Holding Redlich calls up new litigation partner – Australasian Lawyer - June 26, 2018

Australasian Lawyer Holding Redlich calls up new litigation partner Australasian Lawyer “Recent changes in the Australian insolvency framework, particularly the safe harbour reforms, are also likely to lead to additional work for insolvency lawyers.” Ian Robertson, Holding Redlich national manag.

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Health cap to leave insurers on the brink – The Australian - June 26, 2018

The Australian Health cap to leave insurers on the brink The Australian Industry body Private Healthcare Australia commissioned an analysis of Australian Prudential Regulation Authority data on the sector and the potential impact of Labor's proposed cap. The analysis suggests eight insurers wou.

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Australia: Like Night and Day: Winding-up order set aside on application by sole director – Mondaq News Alerts - June 26, 2018

Australia: Like Night and Day: Winding-up order set aside on application by sole director Mondaq News Alerts The order was based on a presumption of insolvency arising from a failure to comply with a statutory demand. Orders were also made appointing a liquidator. Three days following that appointme.

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Australia: To adjourn or not adjourn (winding up proceedings), a review of section 440A(2) – Mondaq News Alerts - June 26, 2018

Mondaq News Alerts Australia: To adjourn or not adjourn (winding up proceedings), a review of section 440A(2) Mondaq News Alerts The purpose of such an adjournment is to enable the Administrator time to further investigate a company's financial circumstances before the company is wound up in in.

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