Nathan Birch defaulting on IP mortgages...

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  1. Terry_w

    Terry_w Well-Known Member Business Member

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    The credit default and judgment would be with the company. It probably won't affect other entities if he plans it right.
     
  2. Terry_w

    Terry_w Well-Known Member Business Member

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    But why couldn't someone like him pay the $2500 per month.
     
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    One word comes to mind.....
    Schadenfreude
     
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    Especially if you are netting $10,000 per week.
     
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    Hey that is my safe word!
     
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    BInvest Blog 22nd June 2017 :
    Nathan Birch Is Selling His Properties?

    AFR:

     
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    I love that word....
     
  8. Terry_w

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    June 23 was probably the deadline for repayment of the whole loan, but previous demands would have been happening for months.
     
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    Very interesting.
     
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    :eek: Whaattt???

    He must have rocks in his heads...if he defaults it affects his credit rating....worse still there is public judgement against him which can be googled by anyone?

    That is knuts....do ya know how long it takes and the process for listing a default and getting it the courts...that could take up to six months. Not only that they also call you....so it would not be a surprise. .....wow!

    Crazy stuff!
     
  12. Pete Arendt

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    He may of had no choice. It's possible HLG One Holdings Pty Ltd was insolvent on June 23. I guess ASIC will no doubt investigate this.
     
  13. Terry_w

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    Why would ASIC investigate?
     
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    Complex word....no english equivalent..

    Schadenfreude
     
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    Well...if it was a trading company and he was trading whilst insolvent...would that not be against the leu? ASIC have proved to be asleep at the wheel...but Inspector Clouseau many... ;)

     
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    It was probably not trading nor trading while insolvent. ASIC generally don't investigate insolvent trading anyway.
     
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    I believe ASIC has been investigating him and associated businesses for quite some time now.
     
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    Let see what happens....if multiple companies he owns do that it should get very very interesting.....let see what his other creditors think and do downstream...;)

    If he gave a Director guarantee...the long arm of the law and banks has a lot reach....;)
     
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    Is that true or heresay?
     
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