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Topfelt Pty Ltd v State Bank of NSW Ltd (1993) 47 FCR 226

This case considered the issue of setting aside a statutory demand and whether or not the failure of a bank to specify the total amount of interest payable on an unpaid loan as at the date of a statutory demand was sufficient to allow the court to set it aside.

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Topfelt Pty Ltd v State Bank of NSW Ltd (1993) 47 FCR 226
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