Toni Collette faces court claim over abandoned property purchase

The Paddington terrace over which Academy Award-nominated actor Toni Collette and her musician husband, David Galafassi, face property settlement legal proceedings has been resold for about $5.5 million.

So the entertainment industry couple now know the $850,000 quantum of the claim against them, having been sued over their alleged failure to settle on their once intended $6.35 million purchase.

The next directions hearing before the equity registrar into the contested matter is scheduled for the NSW Supreme Court next week. The initial directions hearing into the matter was in mid-March.

Date

Time

Jurisdiction

Court

Case Title/Party

Case Number

06 Jun

09:00

Civil

Supreme

Susan Kelly v David Anthony Galafassi (David Anthony Galafassi)

201200021377

06 Jun

09:00

Civil

Supreme

Susan Kelly v David Anthony Galafassi (Toni Galafassi)

201200021377

It is not yet known what legal defence the couple can or can’t mount to justify their alleged contractual non-performance.

The new owner of the Paddington terrace is Ian Ball, the Ernst and Young accountant and chief executive officer of the International Federation of Accountants.

Collette is currently appearing in the Can/Can’t advertising campaign for the Commonwealth Bank.

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