You'd think that engineering 100 cents in the dollar for creditors plus a surplus might get you a little leeway when it comes to a remuneration determination for an extra $10k but as Brett Harrison recently discovered, that'd be no.
The Hobart-based trustee in bankruptcy, having completed all relevant tasks in respect of the estate of one Marianne Rose Beck, went to the Federal Circuit Court in July seeking various reliefs ahead of paying a surplus to AFSA and annulling the bankruptcy.
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