FMMI v Pittman (No 4) [2015] NSWSC 265

The borrowers’ loan was wholly set aside at first instance. Click here to see our case note

On appeal the lender succeeded in having the borrowers’ repay the amount of the loan that went towards discharge of their earlier loan. Click here to see our case note. 

The borrowers’ cross-claim against the fraudster which had previously been dismissed, was remitted on appeal for hearing given the lender’s success on appeal. The fraudster sought to have admissions made by her in her defence withdrawn. This was rejected by the court. Click here to see our case note

The fraudster then sought leave to file a further Amended Cross-Claim Defence with the effect of withdrawing the admissions. This was rejected by the court.

The court now found against the fraudster on the basis of the admissions made in the earlier case.

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