Can't libel a company. Did not say I was a corporate lawyer and speculated about nothing. Just set out the law as it exists. Nothing wrong with that. I for one would never pay a deposit and wait 8 years for a model like another poster admitted about another model. Any discount would be long eroded by inflation. Don't be a bush lawyer and I suggest you brush up on your comprehension skills. Also how what works. A non-sequitur that means nothing.
We may be talking past each other here. I've tried to point out several times that you made comments that appear to be about Shrike in a conversation about Ixion but perhaps I'm being unclear.
Some other observations
1. You're not a lawyer, but you're happy to state that you're 'Just presenting some legal info.'?
2. You're not speculating when you say something like 'I would be somewhat concerned if a director of a company sold assets of the company to get out of a personal financial pickle.'? It may be a reasonable conclusion from the information currently available, but that sounds rather like speculation to me, unless you are privy to additional information?
3. Now I'm more than willing to be corrected here, but I understand that limitation on companies suing for libel (or rather defamation) only applies to corporations with more than 10 employees under the Australian Uniform Defamation Law (which wouldn't appear to apply to Shrike or Ixion). Also that individuals associated with the corporation, say like the CEO or directors, can sue for defamation if they are personally identified in the claim. I am in no way saying that this is likely nor appropriate, I was merely commenting on the nature of your statements. It would appear that you don't actually disagree with my assertion as instead of refuting it, you instead went to the defense that the recipient had no legal redress.
Again, I'd be more than happy for a former corporate law regulator to steer me straight on that last point. Always willing to learn.