Surety bonds - still as good as cash?

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Another bite at the apple? Back to school on discovery

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When is a judgment not worth the paper its written on?

There is a general principle adopted by the Courts and judiciary that there should be finality in any litigation, this means that there comes a point when the Courts will not allow parties to re-ventilate the issues. It normally follows a contested final hearing or any appeal of that decision.

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PPSR perfection – how to score ten out of ten

If used correctly, the PPSR can provide a platform for security interests to be registered and made public to anyone who wishes to search against a grantor or registration number. However if we fall victim to a PPSR faux pa, we face the ultimate risk - having an invalid registration.

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