Corporations Act 2001
Note: See section 600K .PART 3 - GENERAL RULES RELATING TO EXTERNAL ADMINISTRATIONS Division 75 - Meetings CLAUSE 75-1 SIMPLIFIED OUTLINE OF THIS DIVISION
In most cases, the external administrator of a company may convene creditor or company meetings at any time and must convene them in particular circumstances, for example when directed to do so by certain creditors or by ASIC.
The restructuring practitioner for a company or for a restructuring plan may convene a meeting of creditors in exceptional circumstances if it is in the interests of creditors to do so.
Under Chapter 5 of this Act, there are other instances in which an external administrator must hold a meeting.
Requirements for convening and holding meetings (including notice, agenda, quorum, voting on proposals and costs) are set out in the Insolvency Practice Rules.
There is a mechanism for resolving a matter without holding a meeting.