Corporations Act 2001
(a) an application is made to the Panel for a declaration under section 657A that particular conduct amounts to, or leads to, circumstances that are unacceptable; and
(b) the Panel refuses to make the declaration; and
(c) a Court finds after the end of the bid period that the conduct contravenes this Act;
the Court's powers under this Act in relation to the conduct are limited to the following:
(d) the Court may:
(i) determine whether a person is guilty of an offence against this Act because they engaged in or were involved in the conduct; and
(ii) impose a penalty if the person is found guilty;
(e) the Court may:
(i) determine whether a person who engaged in, or was involved in, the conduct contravened a provision of this Act; and
(ii) order the person to pay an amount of money to another person (whether by way of damages, account of profits, pecuniary penalty or otherwise);
(f) the Court may make an order under section 1318 or 1322 in relation to the conduct.
This subsection does not confer power or jurisdiction on a court that it does not have apart from this subsection.659C(2) [ Type of remedial order]
Without limiting subsection (1), the only kind of remedial order that the Court may make is one that requires the person to pay money to another person.