What is a statutory demand, Microeconomics

The word length should be between 1200 to 1600 words. Please submit a hard copy with a coversheet to the lecturer at the commencement of class in Week 8.

Find and read the Judgment in P J McCarthy & Sons Pty Ltd v Q Paint Pty Ltd [2013] QSC 39 and answer the following questions.

(a) What orders was the Applicant seeking in this matter? Why was the Applicant seeking such orders?

(b) Why was Applicant successful/unsuccessful.

(c) What is a statutory demand?

(d) List five separate circumstances that might allow a court to order that a company be would up. Explain each circumstance by reference to case law and the Corporations Act 2001

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