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To stay or not to stay: concurrent civil and criminal proceedings
Record ID:
43334
Format:
LIJ Article
Year:
2011
Author:
Saunders, Rod ;
Source:
LIJ (2011) 85 No 6
Date_of_entry:
28/06/2011
Notes:
Pending criminal proceedings signal the need to apply for a stay of parallel civil action but obtaining a stay can present difficulties.
Section:
Feature
Cases:
Hamilton Island Enterprises Ltd & Anor v Johnston [2010] QSC 38 ; McMahon v Gould (1982) 7 ACLR 202 ; Australian Securities Commission v Kavanagh (1993) 12 ACSR 69 ; Gallaher v Collins & Ors [2006] VSC 139 ; AWB: ASIC v Flugge & Ors (2008-2009) 21 VLR 252 ;
Month:
June


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