Who will win in priority dispute between a mortgagee and a tenant (Part 4)?

  • Author : Bill Stark - 18-03-2017

Readers will be familiar with a series of 3 posts I wrote about priority disputes between a registered mortgagee and a tenant.

To refresh your memory, the posts can be read here:http://bit.ly/2ntwt5Thttp://bit.ly/2n4DMQP, andhttp://bit.ly/2n4DHwv

Despite the lack of success in these cases by tenants, that has not stopped tenants from trying to restrain a mortgagee from exercising its rights to possession of the mortgaged property after the borrower/landlord


The registered proprietor and the previous registered proprietor of the property at 349 Nepean Highway, Brighton East, Victoria (

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