Suppliers beware: Supreme Court of Victoria strikes out 'uncertain' GST clause
On 19 September 2013, the Supreme Court of Victoria in Cityrose Trading Pty Ltd v Booth  VSC 504 found that a GST clause in a contract for the sale of land was ‘void for uncertainty’. The decision underscores the importance of carefully drafting GST clauses.
The court’s decision focused on how a GST clause can be void for uncertainty and also considered associated issues in relation to misleading and deceptive conduct…
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