CORPORATIONS ACT 2001
(a) the provisions of Divisions 2, 3, 4 and 5 (which deal with matters in more specific terms); and
(b) regulations made for the purposes of Division 7. 1397(2) [ Further limitations]
(a) an order made by a court before the commencement; or
(b) a right or liability under an order made by a court before the commencement; or
(c) a right to:
(i) appeal to a court against an order made by a court before the commencement;
(ii) apply to a court for review of such an order; or
(iii) bring an appeal or review proceeding, or an enforcement proceeding, within the meaning of section 1382, in respect of such an order; or
(d) subject to subsection (3) - a proceeding taken (including an appeal, review or enforcement proceeding) in a court before the commencement, or a step in such a proceeding.
Note: Division 4 deals with court orders and proceedings made or begun before the commencement, and with related matters.1397(3) [ Application of s 1400 and 1401]
Despite paragraph (2)(d), sections 1400 and 1401 apply to any right or liability to which a proceeding to which section 1383 or 1384 applies relates.1397(4) [ Liabilities under old Corporations Law]
Nothing in this Division applies to a liability under section 902, 904, 938, 940, 941, 1234, 1235 or 1351 of the old Corporations Law of a State or Territory in this jurisdiction to pay a contribution, levy or fee.
Note: These liabilities are preserved as taxes by provisions of the following Acts:
Except as mentioned in subsections (1) to (4), nothing in Division 2, 3, 4 or 5, or in regulations made for the purposes of Division 7, is intended to limit the generality of the provisions in this Division.