On 1 July 2012, ASIC was given new powers, under s 489EA(1) of the Corporations Act 2001 (Cth), to order the winding up of a company in certain circumstances. Michael Gronow, the author of McPherson’s Law of Company Liquidation, has written new commentary on these powers in the Chapter “Miscellaneous winding-up applications”. His commentary has ...more
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Liz Harris is the newest member of the author team for Quick on Costs. With over 20 years experience practicing in costs law, she is an accredited costs law specialist, and is regularly called as an expert witness in litigation. Since mid 2011, Liz has played a lead role in restructuring Quick on Costs, and preparing ...more
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