Randles v ANZ [2015] WASCA 138

The lender obtained judgment against a borrower and guarantor and the guarantor sought to stay its enforcement on the basis that it intended to bring an action against the lender for damages for misleading and deceptive conduct.

The court refused a stay noting that even if a damages claim was arguable, it would not be a reason to suspend enforcement. 

Click here to read the full judgment

Scroll to Top