My Solicitor Quit, Notice of Ceasing to Act

“If solicitors cannot obtain instructions or funding from the client then they are entitled to file a notice that they have ceased to act.[2]” The general rule in litigation is that Solicitors are entitled to cease acting for a client (quit) in legal...Read More

Stay that Bankruptcy

The Full Federal Court in the case of Totev v Sfar [2008] FCAFC 35 considered the practical difficulties and effect of time lapsing between the original sequestration order being made and a review by way of hearing de novo.  During that time, without a stay in place,...Read More