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Dear Denise,   Joe talks of being terrified and my Hubby and i know just how he feels as we are also terrified of becoming homeless. We have just been served with a default notice even though it was not us who ceased the repayments. It was a bank officer who granted a moratorium at our request in 2008 when fraud was suspected and now after all these years we are cruelly slapped with a default.   So if it was they who ceased the repayments how can that be classified as defaulting? It is not a case of defaulting it is a case of having been granted a fraudulent loan. Our loan was approved by dishonest methods and Parliament must listen to the cries of the desperate victims.   At the time of loan approval we were pensioners earning $23,000. 2 bank officers were involved in tampering with our LAF. One of the officers inflated our...
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The most telling piece of evidence that our Members are now discovering:  Banks ensured the customer only ever sighted a three page Loan Application Form.   The Brokers we have spoken to admit they were taught by their Business Development Manager's (BDM’s): "the LAF is only three pages and make sure client signs only three pages, then come back to the office, go online to the BANK generated serviceability calculator and type in the base income.  Then the CALCULATOR DOES THE MATH FOR YOU....easy peasy!. Then write the FUTURISTIC INCOME on the wet ink copy of the LAF."  What the BDM's did not realise, they were setting up the Brokers to take the rap and go directly to jail if necessary.  "So if income is say $50K, futuristic income will be $180K.  Do not worry because it’s not against the law according to our favourite lawyers, to use englobo income figures.  ASIC,...
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    Yes this is a big, big scandal. If Denise knows what is going on and we all know the same now. then there is no way that ASIC, FOS
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ASIC DETERRENCE AND ITS APPROACH TO SECURITIES LITIGATION Justin Brereton, Barrister CONTENTSINTRODUCTION .............................................................................................................. 2 PART 1 – BEFORE THE CASE BEGINS......................................................................... 3 INVESTIGATION PROCESS AND ASIC’S LITIGATION OBJECTIVES ............... 3 Notices to produce books ............................................................................................ 3 Compulsory Examinations .......................................................................................... 9 The types of search warrant available to ASIC ........................................................ 13 COMPETING CONSIDERATIONS WHEN COMMENCING LITIGATION .......... 16 The commencement of proceedings and the use of compulsory powers .................. 17 PART 2 – ONCE THE CASE HAS STARTED .............................................................. 20 ASIC’S APPROACH TO LITIGATION GENERALLY ............................................ 20 The obligation to act as a model litigant ................................................................... 20 CONSIDERATIONS RELEVANT TO SPECIFIC JURISDICTIONS ....................... 22 Civil, criminal and civil penalty proceedings – when jurisdictions collide .............. 23 Civil proceedings ...................................................................................................... 28 Administrative Hearings ........................................................................................... 30 ASIC AS ADVOCATE FOR THE INVESTOR .......................................................... 34 ASIC’S GROWING SPHERE OF INFLUENCE ........................................................ 35       INTRODUCTIONJustin Brereton, Victorian Bar 1. This paper accompanies a presentation given by...
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