When can liquidators be sued in their personal capacity?

Justice Croft’s recent decision of Eighty Second Agenda Pty Ltd v Handberg & Ors considers the question of when liquidators can be sued in their personal capacity. Director Penny Pengilley offers some insights into when leave to bring an action against liquidators personally will be granted. The case may also have implications regarding the position of  liquidators entering into contractual arrangements with secured parties. 


The perils of section 21 of the Civil Procedure Act 2010

Director, Penelope Pengilley was recently invited to present at a commercial court Monash Law School seminar as a guest speaker to explore the operation of the Civil Procedure Act 2010 in modern civil litigation.


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