Sterling First victims’ barrister confident matter will be heard this year
A barrister acting on behalf of Sterling First victims is confident the matter will be heard within the Supreme Court this year.
Around 100 West Australians remain in limbo after the collapse of the lifetime rent scheme – which has left victims out of pocket and potentially facing eviction.
Court action between the tenants and CommcoSuper was set to be heard in the Magistrates Court – it will now go to the Supreme Court.
Barrister Ian Neil says he will argue that Commco should be taking up the matter with Sterling First – and not the tenants.
Anyone who has any information on this matter is asked contact Trina Storm, Special Counsel at Clayton Utz.
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