BANKRUPTCY ACT 1966

PART X - PERSONAL INSOLVENCY AGREEMENTS  

Division 2 - Meeting of creditors and control of debtor ' s property  

SECTION 206   COURT MAY ADJOURN HEARING OF PETITION WHERE CREDITORS HAVE PASSED RESOLUTION FOR PERSONAL INSOLVENCY AGREEMENT  

206(1)  


Where:


(a) a meeting of creditors has, in accordance with this Part, passed a special resolution requiring a debtor to execute a personal insolvency agreement; and


(b) a creditor ' s petition was presented against the debtor before the passing of the resolution or is presented against him or her after the passing of the resolution but before the agreement has been duly executed;

the Court may, upon application by the debtor, a creditor or a person nominated as trustee of the proposed agreement, if it appears to the Court that it would be for the advantage of the creditors that the debtor ' s affairs be administered under the agreement, adjourn the hearing of the petition for such period as it considers necessary to allow the agreement to be executed and, if the agreement is duly executed within that period, shall dismiss the petition.

206(2)  


Where a creditor ' s petition is presented against a debtor who has been required by special resolution of a meeting of creditors to execute a personal insolvency agreement, the creditor who presents the petition must, as soon as practicable, give notice in writing of that fact to the person who has been nominated as trustee of the agreement and to the Official Receiver.



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