Are Notices Binding?

In the matter of Glenevan Pty Ltd [2015] NSWSC 201 (23 February 2015)

  1. Thirdly, the idea that somehow by serving the so-called commercial lien on the Deputy Commissioner or anyone else those parties become bound by it  is equally nonsense. Mere receipt or notice of a document does not mean that the recipient acknowledges, accepts or becomes bound by it. In the course of legal proceedings, parties are served with statements of claim and affidavits on a regular basis. The receipt of those documents does not of itself mean that the party is bound by or party to it, any more than receipt of a letter by an addressee means the party accepts its truth or becomes bound by it.

http://www.austlii.edu.au/cgi-bin/sinodisp/au/cases/nsw/NSWSC/2015/201.html?stem=0&synonyms=0&query=%22commercial+lien%22

 


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