National Australia Bank Limited v Norman [2012] VSC 14

In National Australia Bank Limited v Norman [2012] VSC 14 the court noted: “The counterclaim was comprised of random, almost incomprehensible, statements, propositions, quotations, argument and references to other material that appeared to have been lifted from other documents and randomly pasted into the pleading.  Passages were quoted from Magna Carta and the Bible.” The defendants argued that the Plaintiff had “…no right whatsoever to claim payments in cash currency in return for the book-entry credit’.”  alleging that “…the bank had given no … Continue reading National Australia Bank Limited v Norman [2012] VSC 14
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