Corporations Act 2001
If the SEGC considers that, in the interests of the sound financial management of the NGF, money should be borrowed for the purpose of meeting a payment due out of the NGF, the SEGC may borrow money for that purpose on such terms and conditions as the SEGC thinks appropriate.889E(2) [ Power to give security]
The SEGC may give security, including over the assets of the NGF, in respect of the SEGC's obligations in relation to a borrowing under subsection (1).889E(3) [ Power to give security over member loan]
(a) money borrowed under subsection (1) is a loan from a body corporate that is a member of the SEGC; and
(b) the body corporate borrowed money for the purpose of making the loan to the SEGC;
the SEGC may give security, including over the assets of the NGF, in relation to the body corporate's obligations in respect of the borrowing referred to in paragraph (b).