Recent Developments on Recourse to Bank Guarantees : Download
- Published in Recent Posts
What will be seen is a divergence in curial approach, not only in relation to the weight to be given to such pleas, but also how considerations of reputational harm are to be reconciled with long-standing principles permitting very limited circumstances in which a beneficiary will be precluded from having recourse to what has always been regarded as ‘as good as cash’.
- Published in Performance Securities
Michael Whitten CPD Presentation to the Commercial Bar Association, Victorian Bar. Over the past several decades, performance securities have become a common and critical part of commercial dealings throughout Australia and around the world. While they feature across the panoply of transactions from sale of goods (domestic and international) to commercial leases, and surface in cases concerning the same, perhaps a disproportionate number of judicial decisions have been devoted to performance securities arising from construction
- Published in Case Notes
Michael Whitten Vicbar CPD Further information can be downloaded: Download
- Published in Domestic Arbitration