BANKRUPTCY ACT 1966
(a) the person is or was the administrator of a debt agreement; and
(b) the person is not:
(i) a registered debt agreement administrator; or
186M(2) [ Written explanation may be required]
(ii) a registered trustee.
The Inspector-General may ask the person to give the Inspector-General a written explanation why the person should continue to be eligible to act as an administrator of debt agreements, if the Inspector-General has reasonable grounds to believe that the person has failed to properly carry out the duties of an administrator in relation to the debt agreement.186M(3) [ Where explanation not received]
(a) the Inspector-General does not receive an explanation within 28 days of requesting it; or
(b) receives an explanation, but is not satisfied with it;
the Inspector-General may declare that the person is ineligible, for a period of 3 years, to act as an administrator of debt agreements.186M(4) [ Written notice for declaration]
If the Inspector-General makes a declaration under subsection (3), the Inspector-General must give the person written notice of the declaration, and the reasons for it.186M(5) Guidelines.
In deciding whether to make a declaration under subsection (3), the Inspector-General must have regard to any relevant guidelines in force under section 186Q .186M(6) Review.
If the Inspector-General decides to make a declaration under section (3) in relation to a person, the person may apply to the Administrative Appeals Tribunal for review of the decision.