|Start time||14 Jul 2021 1:00pm (Australia - Melbourne)|
|End time||14 Jul 2021 2:00pm (Australia - Melbourne)|
|Location||Live Stream Only|
|Speaker||Andrew Kirby, Barrister, Victorian Bar|
|Designed for||Legal Practioners|
Substantive Law: 1.0
Mortgage Enforcement and Defences
The COVID-19 era has brought about tightened lending practices, rising mortgage stress and temporary mortgage relief from banking institutions. However, what happens now that temporary relief measures by banks and governments has subsided? Will there be a rise in mortgage enforcement?
This session will discuss mortgage enforcement and defences available and will discuss:
- Mortgage Default Notices – Adequacy / The Nuances you need to look out for;
- Defences against Mortgage Enforcement;
- Exercising power of sale under a contract;
- Recent Case Update including Australian Securities and Investments Commission v Westpac Banking Corporation  FCAFC 111.
Presented by: Andrew Kirby, Barrister, Victorian Bar