Have you been issued a writ by a liquidator? Are the debts claimed to be due by you a result of misleading or deceptive conduct?
Litigation and dispute resolution lawyer, Mary Nemeth, Hunt & Hunt Lawyers, can help Timbercorp investors better understand the obligations. In particular, those facing bankruptcy or seeking action due to lost money in the failure of agribusiness Timbercorp.
Actions by Timbercorp Directors and poor financial advice has left many investors with a worthless investment as well as a responsibility to repay a sizeable loan to the liquidators.
Mary and the Hunt & Hunt team have the expertise to determine your position, options and a pathway towards a fair and reasonable outcome.
The firm understands Timbercorp proceedings. Mary and her team attended the Timbercorp Senate hearing in Melbourne in November 2014 and have been working to ascertain as much information as they can from sources available to them so that they can provide legal assistance to those in need when responding to claims made by Timbercorp.
In addition Mary has experience in bringing and defending claims of a similar nature having acted for 169 plaintiffs in successful proceedings involving failed investments where misleading and deceptive conduct occurred in the Supreme Court in Dale Newman & Others v Financial Wisdom.
Timbercorp went into administration and then subsequently liquidation in 2009. The liquidators KordaMentha are pursuing people who owe money to Timbercorp on behalf of the failed company’s creditors.
The firm has provided advice on large scale litigation cases, some involving class actions. Our Lawyers can assist investors of other insolvent Agribusiness investment schemes such as Great Southern Plantations and Willmott Forests Limited.
Hunt & Hunt act for claimants in proceedings for breach of contract, misleading and deceptive conduct nationally.
Lead contact: Mary Nemeth