Inadequately discharged onus incurs adverse costs

O'Brien Palmer's Daniel Frisken.

Failing to adequately discharge one's onus has come back to bite a Sydney liquidator who now has an adverse costs order attaching to whatever assets the company he controls might possess.

As is explained by NSW Supreme Court judge Kate Williams In the matter of Pacific Steelfixing Pty Ltd (No 2) [2021] NSWSC 1129, whilst O'Brien Palmer partner . . .


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