Perpetual Trustees Australia v Richards (No 2) [2008] NSWSC 974

In this case the court allowed the borrower to simultaneously plead that the mortgage was a forgery and at the same time argue that if he was disbelieved on that it was an unjust contract pursuant to the Contracts Review Act. Bransgroves submit it is preposterous to allow a party to insult a court by putting forward two alternative versions of the truth.

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