BANKRUPTCY ACT 1966
Div 1 heading inserted by No 9 of 1992, s 18.
The Official Receiver may, by written notice given to a bankrupt, require the bankrupt to give the Official Receiver a statement of the bankrupt ' s affairs within 14 days after receiving the notice.
Section 6A sets out requirements for statements of affairs.
A failure to comply with the notice is an offence: see section 267B.
S 77CA inserted by No 106 of 2010, Sch 2 item 15, effective 1 December 2010.
No 106 of 2010, Sch 2[84(3)] contains the following application provision:
The amendment made by item 15 applies in relation to bankruptcies for which the date of the bankruptcy is before, on or after the day on which that item commences.
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