Vaughan v HSBC Bank Australia Limited [2009] FCA 1007

In Vaughan v HSBC Bank Australia Limited [2009] FCA 1007 the applicant invoked what he described as a ‘Private Administration Process’ through a series of documents, one which apparently recorded a then current indebtedness of the applicant to the Bank of $504,597.23 and attached a birth certificate as payment. The Bank did not engage in the ‘Private Administration Process’ with the applicant, nor did it agree at any time and in any way to discharge the Mortgage. The Court held that: … Continue reading Vaughan v HSBC Bank Australia Limited [2009] FCA 1007
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