ACM Group Limited v McClymont [2014] FCCA 2581

In ACM Group Limited v McClymont [2014] FCCA 2581 the defendant argued that Westpac should account to him for the amount it received for the debt from the petitioning creditor because it was his signature on the credit contract that created the asset that Westpac sold or assigned to the petitioning creditor, and that having created the asset by his signature via “Book-entry credits“, it was his asset and Westpac was not entitled to sell it. He insisted: “The First Defendant JOHN … Continue reading ACM Group Limited v McClymont [2014] FCCA 2581
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