Corporations Act 2001

CHAPTER 5 - EXTERNAL ADMINISTRATION  

PART 5.5 - VOLUNTARY WINDING UP  

Division 1A - Preliminary  

SECTION 489F   489F   DEFINITIONS  


In this Part:

property
of a company includes PPSA retention of title property, if the security interest in the property is vested in the company because of the operation of any of the following provisions:


(a) section 267 or 267A of the Personal Property Securities Act 2009 (property subject to unperfected security interests);


(b) section 588FL of this Act (collateral not registered within time).

Note: See sections 9 (definition of property ) and 51F (PPSA retention of title property).

triggering event
: each of the following is a triggering event in relation to a company:


(a) a special resolution under section 491 that the company be wound up voluntarily is passed;


(b) if section 446A applies in relation to the company because of paragraph 446A(1)(a) - the resolution referred to in that paragraph is passed;


(c) if section 446A applies in relation to the company because of paragraph 446A(1)(b) - the company first contravenes subsection 444B(2) ;


(d) if section 446A applies in relation to the company because of paragraph 446A(1)(c) - the resolution referred to in subparagraph 446A(1)(c)(ii) is passed;


(e) if section 446AA applies in relation to the company because of paragraph 446AA(1)(a) - the Court makes an order under section 445D terminating a deed of company arrangement in relation to the company;


(f) if section 446AA applies in relation to the company because of paragraph 446AA(1)(b) - the circumstances specified in the deed of company arrangement in which the deed is to terminate and the company is to be wound up first exist;


(g) if regulations made for the purposes of section 446B have the effect that the company is taken to have passed a special resolution under section 491 that the company be wound up voluntarily - that special resolution is taken to have passed, under the regulations;


(h) any other event prescribed by the regulations.


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