Adelaide Bank v Property Builders [2009] NSWSC 1147

In this case, where Bransgroves acted for the lender, the borrower and guarantor sought a stay of proceedings until further discovery had been made, or, alternatively, further discovery. The Court held, however, that there was no legitimate cause to think that there were documents that were known, or should have been known, to the lender, which were relevant to any fact that is issue in the proceedings that have not been discovered. The application by the borrower was, therefore, dismissed with costs.

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