The Federal Court set aside the decision of the trustee in bankruptcy refusing the request to travel finding that there was a genuine reason to travel, Mr Tinkler was not a flight risk and that the administration of the bankruptcy estate would not be hampered during the period of travel.
The order of the Court, made on the provision of undertakings, set aside the decision of the trustee and directed that the trustee consent to the travel. That consent was subject to Mr Tinkler complying with a number of conditions.
Paul McQuade QC appeared for Mr Tinkler, instructed by Taylor David solicitors.
A copy of the judgment can be found here.