Back to Insolvency

National Australia Bank Ltd v Market Holdings Pty Ltd (2000) 18 ACLC 844

This case considered the issue of winding up a company in insolvency and whether or not a creditor who was not notified of a creditors meeting but who may have not have had any effect on the outcome of a creditors meeting amounted to a substantial injustice.

Share this case by email

Share this case

simple PHP captcha Refresh

Like this case study

Like Student Law Notes

National Australia Bank Ltd v Market Holdings Pty Ltd (2000) 18 ACLC 844
Purchase
This is the preview only.
Please purchase to get access to the full audio summary.