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I’ll be back – New South Wales Supreme Court terminates a liquidation – Mondaq News Alerts (registration) - April 02, 2017

I'll be back – New South Wales Supreme Court terminates a liquidation Mondaq News Alerts (registration) This week's TGIF considers the case of In the matter of CNL Transport Pty Ltd (in liq) [2017] NSWSC 291, where the New South Wales Supreme Court terminated a liquidation where the comp.

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Safe harbour: proposed changes to the insolvent trading regime in Australia – Lexology (registration) - April 02, 2017

Lexology (registration) Safe harbour: proposed changes to the insolvent trading regime in Australia Lexology (registration) The Australian government has released draft legislation which proposes significant legislative change to insolvency laws in Australia. One of the changes proposed, is that dir.

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Slimmer, trimmer Peabody is ready to exit bankruptcy – STLtoday.com - April 02, 2017

STLtoday.com Slimmer, trimmer Peabody is ready to exit bankruptcy STLtoday.com Weighed down by debt used to make the purchase, squeezed by low shale gas prices and faced with declining coal use in a more climate-conscious world, St. Louis-based Peabody filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection on A.

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Safe harbour: proposed changes to the insolvent trading regime in Australia – JD Supra (press release) - March 31, 2017

JD Supra (press release) Safe harbour: proposed changes to the insolvent trading regime in Australia JD Supra (press release) The Australian government has released draft legislation which proposes significant legislative change to insolvency laws in Australia. One of the changes proposed, is that d.

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Hardware Maker Mad Catz Dies – Kotaku Australia - March 31, 2017

Hardware Maker Mad Catz Dies Kotaku Australia According to an official announcement released today, yesterday Mad Catz made a voluntary assignment in bankruptcy, which in Canada means the company assigned all of its property to a trustee, in this case PricewaterhouseCoopers, which would oversee ... .

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Perth restaurants forced to call it quits as sector struggles – The West Australian - March 31, 2017

The West Australian Perth restaurants forced to call it quits as sector struggles The West Australian ... food services is Australia's most at-risk industry”. Managing director Terry van der Velde said weak consumer demand and low wages growth were driving poor cash flow, and consequently ins.

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