ARITA’s response to the Ombudsman’s small business insolvency inquiry

ARITA has offered a 60-page submission to the Ombudsman’s inquiry, which, given the quality of the inquiry, may be rather excessive but is nevertheless useful. It may also be seen as surprising, given ARITA’s criticism of the Ombudsman’s inquiry, which, as ARITA has explained, was announced only 2 months after ARITA had written to all […]

How low can we go – funding the insolvencies of assetless estates

Obvious as it is to say, insolvency involves limited or no money, and how to fund its existence as a legal regime is an issue in many countries. An American academic has offered some ‘KISS’ thoughts based on a review of a number of countries. A comparative explanation of how Australia operates is given.   […]