Sfar v Totev

JurisdictionAustralia Federal only
CourtFederal Court
Neutral Citation2008-0312 FCA F,2006-0505 FCA C
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25 cases
  • McInerney, in the matter of Ghougassian v Ghougassian
    • Australia
    • Federal Court
    • 27 August 2020
    ...purposes of s 52(2)(b) of the Act such that the Court would exercise its discretion to dismiss a creditor’s petition: see Totev v Sfar [2006] FCA 470; (2006) 230 ALR 236 (Totev v Sfar) at [33] and following. It is for the debtor to demonstrate that there is “other sufficient cause”. 166 In ......
  • Hoskin v Robert Balzola & Associates (Legal) Pty Ltd
    • Australia
    • Federal Court
    • 23 August 2019
    ...and that his Honour failed to explain the “principles for assessing what constitutes ‘other sufficient cause’ ”, citing Totev v Sfar [2006] FCA 470; 230 ALR 236 at 243-8 [37]-[45] and SZRUR. 34 In SZRUR, a migration decision in the Federal Circuit Court was overturned because the procedure ......
  • Toyota Finance Australia Limited v Singh, in the matter of Singh
    • Australia
    • Federal Court
    • 9 July 2020
    ...were most recently considered by the High Court in Ramsay Health Care Australia Pty Ltd v Compton [2017] HCA 28.16 In Totev v Sfar [2006] FCA 470 at [37]-[39], Allsop J (as his Honour then was) explained the operation of s 52(2)(b) as follows:[37] On proof of the matters in s 52(1) of the A......
  • Totev v Sfar
    • Australia
    • Full Federal Court (Australia)
    • 12 March 2008
    ...111 followed Rigg v Baker (2006) 155 FCR 531 cited Rozenbes and Others v Kronhill and Another (1956) 95 CLR 407 at 414 cited Totev v Sfar [2006] FCA 470 cited VASIL TOTEV v MICHAEL SFAR AND ENAYET SFAR NSD 582 OF 2007 EMMETT, BENNETT AND COWDROY JJ 12 MARCH 2008 SYDNEY IN THE FEDERAL COURT ......
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