CORPORATIONS ACT 2001

CHAPTER 5D - LICENSED TRUSTEE COMPANIES  

PART 5D.6 - ASIC-APPROVED TRANSFERS OF ESTATE ASSETS AND LIABILITIES  

Division 2 - Transfer of estate assets and liabilities  

SECTION 601WBI   TIME AND EFFECT OF TRANSFER  

601WBI(1)   [ Transfer]  

When a certificate of transfer comes into force, the receiving company becomes the successor in law of the transferring company in relation to estate assets and liabilities of the transferring company, to the extent of the transfer. In particular:


(a) if the transfer is a total transfer - all the estate assets and liabilities of the transferring company, wherever those assets and liabilities are located, become assets and liabilities of the receiving company (in the same capacity as they were assets and liabilities of the transferring company) without any transfer, conveyance or assignment; and


(b) if the transfer is a partial transfer - all the estate assets and liabilities included in the list referred to in paragraph 601WBG(2)(c) , wherever those assets and liabilities are located, become assets and liabilities of the receiving company (in the same capacity as they were assets and liabilities of the transferring company) without any transfer, conveyance or assignment; and


(c) to the extent of the transfer, the duties, obligations, immunities, rights and privileges applying to the transferring company apply to the receiving company.

601WBI(2)   [ Provisions of certificate]  

If the certificate includes provisions of a kind referred to in subsection 601WBG(3) :


(a) if the provisions specify that particular things are to happen or are taken to be the case - those things are, by force of this section, taken to happen, or to be the case, in accordance with those provisions; and


(b) if the provisions specify a mechanism for determining things that are to happen or are taken to be the case - things determined in accordance with the mechanism are, by force of this section, taken to happen, or to be the case, as determined in accordance with that mechanism.


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