Supreme Court Award Compound Interest Not Limited To Breach Of A Fiduciary

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Watch out, the Supreme Court of NSW will now award Compound Interest which is no longer limited to breach of fiduciary obligations (it includes breach of Trust and more). However, we note that the matter of Tadrous v Tadrous recently sought Leave to Appeal. Follow our Blogs and Twits for future updates. All future Statements of Claim may need to include a Claim for Compound Interest.

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