Bankruptcy Act 1966
A person may be prosecuted for an offence against this Act although:
(a) he or she has been discharged from bankruptcy or his or her bankruptcy has been annulled;
(b) a composition or a scheme of arrangement has been accepted or approved under Division 6 of Part IV ; or
(c) a personal insolvency agreement has become binding on his or her creditors.
S 275 amended by No 80 of 2004, s 3 and Sch 1 item 175, by substituting para (c), effective 1 December 2004. For transitional provisions, see note under Part X heading. Para (c) formerly read:
(c) a deed of assignment or a deed of arrangement has become binding on his or her creditors, or his or her creditors have accepted a composition, under Part X.
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