BANKRUPTCY ACT 1966

PART IA - INTERPRETATION  

SECTION 6B   PROVISION OF STATEMENT OF AFFAIRS UNDER PART XI AND STATEMENT OF ADMINISTRATION OF ESTATE OF DECEASED PERSON  

6B(1)  
(Repealed by No 34 of 2006)

6B(2)  


A reference in paragraph 246(1)(a) or subsection 247(1) to a statement of a deceased person ' s affairs and of administration of the deceased person ' s estate is a reference to a statement, in an approved form, of those affairs and of that administration.

6B(3)   [Trustee may require specified information]  

If the trustee administering the estate of a deceased person under Part XI has reasonable grounds to suspect that:


(a) any particulars set out in a statement of affairs that was filed by a person under subsection 246(1) or 247(1) are false or misleading in a material respect; or


(b) any material particulars have been omitted from that statement;

the trustee may give the person a written notice requiring the person to provide specified information or books within a specified period of at least 14 days to enable the trustee to decide whether the particulars set out in the statement are correct.




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