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Visnic v Sywak (2009) 257 ALR 517

This case considered the issue of fiduciary duties and whether or not a shareholder was entitled to an account of profits from a man who refused to transfer shares into his name after being subject to a court order to do so.

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Visnic v Sywak (2009) 257 ALR 517
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