Bertola v ANZ [2014] WASCA 66

The borrowers argued that the lender engaged in unconscionable conduct because the lender pressured them to accept an early repayment date which it knew would force the borrowers into early default. This was rejected by the lower court.

The Appeal Court held that there was no reasonable prospect of the appeal succeeding because the argument lacked merit and evidentiary basis and it was dismissed.

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