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Spencer Constructions Pty Ltd v G & M Aldridge Pty Ltd (1997) 76 FCR 452

This case considered the issue of the power of the court to set aside a statutory demand and whether or not defects affected the validity of a statutory demand and whether or not a genuine dispute existed in order for the court to set aside the demand.

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Spencer Constructions Pty Ltd v G & M Aldridge Pty Ltd (1997) 76 FCR 452
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