In the last decade Courts have been concerned to assist self-represented litigants in banking and finance matters. But what happens when self-represented litigants push this approach to its limits? When will a self-represented litigant’s attempts to “have their day in Court” instead be found to be an abuse of process?
Author: John Heard
This note summarises the changes to the statutory demands regime and to insolvent trading laws applying to directors and holding companies effected by the Coronavirus Economic Response Package Omnibus Act 2020 (Cth).