Westpac Banking Corporation v Lomas [2014] QSC 117

The bank sought summary judgment which was opposed by the borrower on the basis that the default interest provision in the loan was void because it permitted the bank to select any interest rate that it pleased.

The court rejected this and found that the default rate was ascertainable from nominated advertisements in the newspaper to which the borrower’s attention was drawn. 

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