The position Sue is quite weak in this regard and the ultimate decision will be made by court that will go in favour of or against Sue’s claim for security interest against Techno. As Sue owns a considerable proportion of Techno shares it is her right to claim security interest. The company is now faced with insolvency and Sue is in this case able to earn the benefits keeping in view her share in the company. However, the ultimate grant if security interests will depend upon the evidence provided to the court. If Sue remains successful in providing evidence, it will not be difficult for her to get security interest. The company has recently got faced with many unlucky events that damaged the financial position of the company to a larger extent. In these circumstances often companies are not able to pay costs if the court gives decision in the favour of company. There are chances that this company too will be able to get relief from the court by highlighting the negative events that took place in the recent past. Sue also has some rationales with her using them she can improve her position and can get the costs paid to her. Initially liquidator has rejected the claim of Sue against security interests therefore court is the only hope existing for Sue to get her claim validated. In this case Sue will have to face many hardships because sue to event of theft of $500,000 valued stocks company can use the event in its own favour to get sympathies from court. $500,000 is a huge amount that will remain able to get the attention of court effectively which will further be utilized to obtain favour from court against Sue’s claim of security interest against Techno. Keeping in view the circumstances of company and facts and figures of recent events it can be said that Sue’s claim will entirely depend on the ability of his lawyer if he remains successful in challenging the decision of liquidator who rejected the provision of security interest to Sue.