BANKRUPTCY ACT 1966

PART IX - DEBT AGREEMENTS  

Division 8 - Registration of debt agreement administrators etc.  

Subdivision B - Registration of debt agreement administrators  

SECTION 186H   APPLICATION TO CHANGE OR REMOVE REGISTRATION CONDITIONS  

186H(1)  
If there are conditions on a person ' s registration as a debt agreement administrator, the person may apply to the Inspector-General for the conditions to be changed or removed.

186H(1A)  


Subsection (1) does not apply in relation to conditions determined in an instrument under subsection 186F(4) or 186G(2B) .

186H(2)  
The application must:


(a) be in the approved form; and


(b) be accompanied by such information and documents (if any) as are specified in the regulations.

186H(3)  
After considering an application made under subsection (1), the Inspector-General must:


(a) decide that the conditions on the applicant ' s registration as a debt agreement administrator should not be changed or removed; or


(b) decide that specified modifications should be made to the conditions imposed on the applicant ' s registration as a debt agreement administrator.

Note:

See the definition of modifications in subsection 5(1) .

186H(4)   Notice of decision.  

If the Inspector-General decides that the conditions on the applicant ' s registration as a debt agreement administrator should not be changed or removed, the Inspector-General must give the applicant a written notice of the decision, and the reasons for it.

186H(5)  
If the Inspector-General decides that specified modifications should be made to the conditions imposed on the applicant ' s registration as a debt agreement administrator, the Inspector-General must give the applicant a written notice of the decision, and the reasons for it.

186H(6)   Review.  

The applicant may apply to the Administrative Appeals Tribunal for review of a decision of the Inspector-General made under this section.

186H(7)  
In subsection (6):

decision
has the same meaning as in the Administrative Appeals Tribunal Act 1975.




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