CORPORATIONS ACT 2001
(a) the provisions of this Subdivision (other than section 1436A ) and any associated provisions;
(b) the provisions of legislation that continues to apply because of subsection 1432(1) or 1436(3).
[ CCH Note: The reference to subsection 1436(3) is a legislative drafting error. It is the view of the CCH editors that it should refer to subsection 1436(2).]
(a) exempt a person or a class of persons from some or all of the provisions to which this section applies; or
(b) declare that some or all of the provisions to which this section applies apply in relation to a person or a class of persons as if the provisions were modified or varied as specified in the declaration.
A declaration under paragraph (2)(b) may provide for the continued application (with or without modifications, and to the exclusion of provisions of the amended Corporations Act) of provisions referred to in paragraph (1)(b), even after the end of the period of 2 years starting on the FSR commencement.
An exemption may apply unconditionally or subject to specified conditions. A person to whom a condition specified in an exemption applies must comply with the condition. The Court may order the person to comply with the condition in a specified way. Only ASIC may apply to the Court for the order.
An exemption or declaration must be in writing and ASIC must publish notice of it in the Gazette .
If conduct (including an omission) of a person would not constitute an offence if a particular declaration under paragraph (2)(b) had not been made, that conduct does not constitute an offence unless, before the conduct occurred (in addition to complying with the gazettal requirement of subsection (5)):
(a) the text of the declaration was made available by ASIC on the internet; or
(b) ASIC gave written notice setting out the text of the declaration to the person.
In a prosecution for an offence to which this subsection applies, the prosecution must prove that paragraph (a) or (b) was complied with before the conduct occurred.