Readers will recall that I posted about a Queensland decision that dealt with a mortgagee exercising its power of sale during the pandemic (see here: https://melbournepropertylaw.blogspot.com/2021/06/are-there-any-recent-cases-about.html).
Yesterday, I posted about the Supreme Court of Victoria dealing with a similar scenario (see: https://melbournepropertylaw.blogspot.com/2023/01/are-there-any-recent-victorian-cases.html).
In Manda Capital Holdings Pty Ltd v PEC Portfolio Springvale Pty Ltd  VSC
Further to my post (see: https://melbournepropertylaw.blogspot.com/2021/06/are-there-any-recent-cases-about.html) about a decision of the Supreme Court of Queensland about a mortgagee’s duty of good faith in selling in a pandemic, the Supreme Court of Victoria has now had to deal with the same issue.
1. In Price v Spoor,  HCA 20, the High Court handed down a decision on 23 June 2021 about whether the parties to a mortgage could agree to contract out of the operation of the Queensland equivalent of the Limitation of Actions Act, 1958, and whether such an agreement
The Supreme Court of Queensland (Holmes CJ) has recently considered the duty of a mortgagee in selling a secured property in uncertain economic times (ie during a pandemic). In HSBC Bank Australia Ltd v Wang & Ors  QSC 58, the Court considered an application to remove a caveat lodged by