Indri runs a soil testing business. He decides to form a company to take over the business. He is the sole shareholder and sole director. Indri sells his business to the company at an inflated price and lends the company $90,000 to help meet the cost of purchase. As security for the loan, Indri arranges a mortgage over a vacant block of land, which he transferred to the company as part of the business sale. In the first year of operation, the business makes a small profit (after paying both Indri and his daughter’s wages), but by the end of 2012 it is clear that the building industry is going through a major slump. Indri becomes desperate and works even harder. While working late into the night, Indri badly injures his hand and needs surgery. He is away from the business for 2 weeks. His efforts to keep the business afloat are in vain and the company is forced into liquidation. On realization of the assets, it is found that the company has approximately $95,000 to go towards meeting creditors’ claims of $210,000:
(i) If Indri is the only secured creditor, will he get his $90,000 back?(ii)Can Indri claim workers’ compensation for the injuries to his hand and his time off work?