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When Does 'Fraud on the Market' Induce a Right to Damages?

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posted on 29.10.2019, 08:44 by Mark Humphéry
Sections 1041E and 1041H of the Corporations Act 2001 (Cth) give investors a right to trade in a market that is free of false statements. Section 1041I of the Corporations Act 2001 (Cth) gives investors compensation for loss or damage caused ‘by’ conduct that breaches ss 1041E to 1041H. However, the courts’ current approach to determining when loss is caused ‘by’ breaches of ss 1041E or 1041H is unclear and does not quadrate with the nature of false statements. This paper examines the interpretation of ‘by’ to determine the appropriate causal nexus between breach of ss 1041E and 1041H, and compensation under s 1041I.

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Publication Date

2009

Volume

35

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2

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Article

Pages

422–445

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Mark Humphéry, ‘When Does 'Fraud on the Market' Induce a Right to Damages?’ (2009) 35(2) Monash University Law Review 421

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