Contracts Webinar Series: Debt Recovery and Enforcement 041121
In this fourth and final webinar of this Contracts Series with Williams + Hughes we will be exploring debt recovery and enforcing your rights.
When you realise you haven’t been paid or things that were promised haven’t been done what’s next? What are your rights? Where do you go? How far can you push it to get your money?
Join us for this free (SBA Member) webinar about:
- What claims can be made where?
- An outline of how to make a claim;
- An outline about enforcement of security;
- What is the effect of making a claim or getting a judgement, and how much further can you go to get your money?
You will walk away from this session with a broad understanding of debt recovery, the pointy end of enforcing your rights, and with some tips to increase your prospects of recovery.
Questions will be taken on the day but you can also submit your questions in writing before the session to email@example.com.
Please register below to join us on the live webinar. A recording of the webinar will be made available to those registered to attend.
About the facilitator:
Dominique specialises in complex dispute resolution in the Western Australian jurisdiction; focused predominantly in the Supreme Court.
He acts as Counsel in trials in both the State and Federal Courts, as well as the State Administrative Tribunal.
Dominique has a broad range of experience across contract and construction disputes, insolvency litigation, mining, commercial lease and property disputes, and trusts and estate litigation acting for:
• Companies, directors, and shareholders in company board disputes;
• Mining companies in disputes concerning tenement and plant acquisitions and disposals, tenement expenditure requirements, and contractual disputes in relation to farm-ins and drilling services;
• Lessors and lessees in commercial tenancy disputes including lessee claims for relief against forfeiture, equitable priorities between competing lessees, disputes concerning valid lease termination and breach of quiet enjoyment;
• Land developers, project managers, and engineering companies in ‘’security of payment’’ adjudications;
• Liquidators in asset recovery actions and Personal Property Securities Act disputes, and directors and creditors in defending claims made by liquidators;
• Trustees and beneficiaries in claims for breach of trust, and beneficiary rights;
• Farmers in agricultural disputes with suppliers and customers, and in relation to succession planning and intra-family farm disputes.