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John Shearer Ltd v Gehl Co (1995) 18 ACSR 780

This case considered the issue of cross demands and whether or not the court could set aside a statutory demand on the basis of the existence of an unliquidated claim against the company that had served the statutory demand.  Furthermore whether or not the dispute was genuine.

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John Shearer Ltd v Gehl Co (1995) 18 ACSR 780
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