Anish advises and acts for companies and individuals in a range of commercial matters and disputes, particularly regarding business, contracts and property. He is an enthusiastic and dedicated lawyer, with a knack for clear communication. Anish likes to get to know his clients, understand their broader business needs and produce positive results.
- Acted for a judgment debtor in an application to set aside a Bankruptcy Notice based on a foreign judgment worth approximately AUD $9 million, and conceived the single successful ground to set the Bankruptcy Notice aside (Jagatramka v Coeclerici Asia (Pte) Limited (No 2)  FCCA 2743).
- Acted for an international coal mining company and its director in proceedings brought in the Federal Court of Australia to enforce an award made in England.
- Acted for a major shareholder and director with an interest in a family group of companies which owns a substantial property portfolio.
- Acted for an Owners Corporation against Council in the Supreme Court of New South Wales for damages arising from a breach of Council’s duty to ensure that a mixed-used development was compliant with the Fire Safety Standards of the Building Code of Australia, and was then able to favourably settle the dispute.
- Acted for a real-estate agency in relation to the Estate Agents Act 1980 (Vic) commission provisions.
- Acted for several property developers in applications to remove hostile caveats in the Supreme Court of Victoria.
- Acted for businesses in various industries and construction companies in debt recovery matters and contractual disputes.
Areas of expertise
- Business and Contractual disputes
- Property disputes
- Building and Constructions disputes
- Debt recovery
- Corporate and personal insolvency
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