BANKRUPTCY ACT 1966

PART V - CONTROL OVER PERSON AND PROPERTY OF DEBTORS AND BANKRUPTS  

Division 2 - Offshore information notices  

SECTION 81C   VARIATION OF NOTICES  

81C(1)   [ First notice and subsequent notice ]  

If:


(a) an offshore information notice (in this subsection called the first notice ) was given to a person; and


(b) during the period set out in the first notice (including a period set out by virtue of one or more previous applications of this subsection), another offshore information notice (in this subsection called the subsequent notice ) is given to the person; and


(c) the subsequent notice is expressed to be by way of variation of the first notice;

the following provisions have effect:


(d) the request, or each of the requests, set out in the subsequent notice is taken, for the purposes of section 81G , to have been set out in the first notice;


(e) if the period set out in the first notice would, apart from this subsection, end before the end of the period set out in the subsequent notice - the period set out in the first notice is taken to have been extended under subsection 81B(1) to the end of the period set out in the subsequent notice.

81C(2)   [Reducing scope, correcting clerical error etc]  

The Official Receiver, by written notice given to the person to whom the offshore information notice was given, may vary the offshore information notice by:


(a) reducing its scope; or


(b) correcting a clerical error or obvious mistake;

and, if the Official Receiver does so, a reference in this Division to the offshore information notice is taken to be a reference to that notice as so varied.




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