Advising clients on Statutory Demand procedure

We look after all matters relating to insolvency and can provide you with legal advice on Statutory Demands.

Statutory Demands, otherwise known as winding up notices, need to be carefully prepared and are not appropriate in circumstances where there is a dispute about the debt that is claimed.  Even if you believe the dispute is not genuine or you disagree with assertions that are made by the debtor, there can be a risk in issuing a Statutory Demand in these circumstances. 

That risk is that the other side will apply to the Supreme Court for an order setting aside the Statutory Demand and they may attempt to show that you knew there was a genuine dispute and should not have issued the Statutory Demand meaning that they may apply for a costs order against you.

We provide fixed prices for advice on Statutory Demands and their preparation and service.

Our rates and fixed prices are lower than the prices charged by many Perth Commercial law firms because we own our offices so we don't pay the exorbitant St George's Tce rent that many commercial law firms do.  

Further information can be found here regarding our fixed fees.