This was a claim for payment for services and the delivery of landfill. Sharna acted for a small, family-run earthmoving company, KAM Civil, against A.V. Jennings. After a hard-fought Local Court hearing, in which judgment was awarded for the plaintiff, A.V. Jennings appealed to the Supreme Court. Sharna successfully defended the appeal.
Sharna, led by Miles Condon SC, acted for the plaintiff in a bitterly fought family dispute over equitable ownership of a family-run business and shares in Arogen Pty Ltd. The plaintiff established that purported deeds of trust that the defendants relied on were forged and obtained a release from the ‘Harman Undertaking’ so the forgeries could be provided to the police. Later, Sharna (with Mr Condon) successfully opposed the defendants’ application to reopen their case to adduce evidence, persuading the court that the evidence had been obtained by illegal means.