Back to Insolvency

Wren v Mahony (1972) 126 CLR 212

This case considered the issue of the courts discretion to go behind a judgment debt and whether or not an agreement that provided a person indemnity against a taxation debt operated even though the debt to the taxation office had not yet been paid.

Share this case by email

Share this case

simple PHP captcha Refresh

Like this case study

Like Student Law Notes

Wren v Mahony (1972) 126 CLR 212
Purchase
This is the preview only.
Please purchase to get access to the full audio summary.