Are there any recent cases about a mortgagee's duty of good faith in selling secured property in pandemic times?

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noreply@blogger.com (William Stark)

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 [2021] QSC 58, the Court considered an application to remove a caveat lodged by

What is the doctrine of marshalling?

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noreply@blogger.com (William Stark)

In my post dated 12 April 2013 (see: https://melbournepropertylaw.blogspot.com/2013/04/are-there-any-recent-decisions-about_12.html), I discussed the doctrine of marshalling and its potential impact in modern lending law. 

Another example of the relevance of the doctrine of marshalling arose in the May 2019 Court of Appeal decision in Burness (in their capacity as trustees of the bankrupt estate