BANKRUPTCY ACT 1966
Note: See section 4A .PART 2 - REGISTERING AND DISCIPLINING PRACTITIONERS Division 45 - Court oversight of registered trustees SECTION 45-5 COURT MAY MAKE ORDERS ABOUT COSTS 45-5(1)
Without limiting section 45-1 , the Court may make orders in relation to a registered trustee that deal with the costs of a matter considered by the Court. 45-5(2)
Those orders may include an order that:
(a) the registered trustee is personally liable for some or all of those costs; and
(b) the registered trustee is not entitled to be reimbursed by a regulated debtor ' s estate or creditors in relation to some or all of those costs. 45-5(3)
This section does not limit the Court ' s powers under any other provision of this Act, or under any other law.
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