Gunned down in Australia: the peak indebtedness rule and set-off defence
In two historic decisions concerning unfair preferences, the Australian High Court has found that a creditor cannot set-off a liquidator’s claim against it, and upheld the abolishment of the “peak indebtedness rule” while establishing when liquidators should start calculating preference payments in a running account.
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