Case analysis – Covid-19 is no frustration

Recently, SLF Lawyers has successfully obtained a summary judgment on behalf of a creditor against debtors who raised the defence of frustration on the basis …

When is a license agreement a franchise agreement?

Are you considering licensing or franchising your business?  Are you uncertain whether your current contractual arrangement is a license or a franchise?  The difference between …

Promotion of Ting Hu to Associate

Enforcement Of An Equitable Charge And Bankruptcy Act 1966 (Cth)

We would like to announce the promotion of Ting Hu (Gus) from Lawyer to Associate. Gus has met the criteria of an associate and we …

Suppliers be warned!

The recent case of Reozone Pty Ltd v Rene Santoro [2016] NSWSC 1383 (Reozone) is a warning to Suppliers to ensure the wording and execution of any …

Lodged a Caveat, What’s Next?

It is common these days for there to be a charging clause in a credit or finance agreement / guarantee. A credit provider or financier …

Is Your Notice Assignment of Debt Valid?

A creditor (assignor) can transfer their rights to receive and seek payment of a debt to a third party (assignee). Once the transfer of their …