BANKRUPTCY ACT 1966

PART XVI - MISCELLANEOUS  

SECTION 306   FORMAL DEFECT NOT TO INVALIDATE PROCEEDINGS  

306(1)   [In proceedings]  

Proceedings under this Act are not invalidated by a formal defect or an irregularity, unless the court before which the objection on that ground is made is of opinion that substantial injustice has been caused by the defect or irregularity and that the injustice cannot be remedied by an order of that court.

306(2)   [In appointment]  

A defect or irregularity in the appointment of any person exercising, or purporting to exercise, a power or function under this Act or under a personal insolvency agreement entered into under this Act does not invalidate an act done by him or her in good faith.


 

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