BANKRUPTCY ACT 1966
Note: See section 4A .PART 3 - GENERAL RULES RELATING TO ESTATE ADMINISTRATIONS
Review by the Court
The Court may inquire into the administration of a regulated debtor ' s estate either on its own initiative or on the application of the Inspector-General or a person with a financial interest in the administration of the regulated debtor ' s estate.
The Court has wide powers to make orders, including orders replacing the trustee or dealing with losses resulting from a breach of duty by the trustee.
Review by the Inspector-General
The Inspector-General may review a decision of the trustee of a regulated debtor ' s estate to withdraw funds from the estate for payment for the trustee ' s remuneration.
The Insolvency Practice Rules may set the powers and duties of the Inspector-General in conducting such a review and may deal with issues relating to the review process.
Removal of trustee by creditors
The creditors of a regulated debtor ' s estate may remove the trustee of the estate and appoint another. However, the trustee may apply to the Court to be reappointed.