S 64J repealed by No 11 of 2016, s 3 and Sch 1 item 24, applicable in relation to the administration of regulated debtors
estates on and after 1 September 2017. S 64J formerly read:
SECTION 64J PREPARATION OF ATTENDANCE RECORD
The trustee must prepare an attendance record in accordance with subsection (2) for the purposes of the meeting and must keep the record in his or her possession after the conclusion of the meeting.
The attendance record must include 5 columns and must indicate that particulars of creditors are to be entered as follows:
the name of each creditor participating in person or by telephone, or represented by a proxy or attorney participating in person or by telephone, is to be entered in the first column;
if a creditor is so represented by a proxy or attorney, the name of the proxy or attorney is to be entered in the second column opposite to the name of the creditor in the first column;
in respect of each creditor whose name is entered in the first column:
the value of the creditor
s debt is to be entered in the third column; and
if the debt is secured in whole or in part:
the nature, and the value as estimated by the creditor, of the security is to be entered in the fourth column; and
the balance of the creditor
s debt after deducting that value is to be entered in the fifth column.
The attendance record must also include provision for recording whether the bankrupt is present and the names of any other persons present who are not creditors or proxies or attorneys of creditors, including provision for recording the capacity in which those other persons are present.