What are Voidable Transactions?

Under the Corporations Act 2001, there are several transactions that may be considered voidable in circumstances where a company is placed into liquidation.

Under the Corporations Act 2001, there are several transactions that may be considered voidable in circumstances where a company is placed into liquidation.

In the video, you’ll discover these key points:

  1. The common types of voidable transactions.
  2. What is unfair preferences?
  3. What is unfair loans?
  4. What should creditors be aware of when it comes to voidable transactions?

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