SUPERANNUATION INDUSTRY (SUPERVISION) ACT 1993
[ CCH Note: Pt 24 has effect in relation to standard employer-sponsored funds and eligible rollover funds, and their trustees, as if it were modified by amendments to s 244 , 247 , 248 and 249 - see ISC Modification Declaration No 4 under s 244 , 247 , 248 and 249 .]
An RSE licensee of a prescribed class may apply to APRA for authority to operate a regulated superannuation fund as an eligible rollover fund. Requirements for applications 242A(2)
An application for authority to operate a regulated superannuation fund as an eligible rollover fund must:
(a) be in the approved form; and
(b) contain the information required by the approved form; and
(c) state the RSE licensee ' s and the fund ' s ABNs; and
(d) be accompanied by an election made in accordance with each of the following sections:
(i) section 242B ;
(ii) section 242C .
(a) an RSE licensee applies for authority to operate a regulated superannuation fund as an eligible rollover fund; and
(b) after the application is made, but before APRA decides the application, information contained in the application ceases to be correct;
the RSE licensee must give APRA the correct information, in writing, as soon as practicable after the information in the application ceases to be correct.242A(4)
An application is taken not to comply with this section if subsection (3) is contravened.
APRA cannot give authority to operate a regulated superannuation fund as an eligible rollover fund while the application does not comply with this section: see paragraph 242F(1)(a) .Lapsed applications 242A(5)
An application for authority lapses if:
(a) it was made by an RSE licensee; and
(b) the RSE licensee ceases to be an RSE licensee, or an RSE licensee of a class prescribed for the purposes of subsection (1), before:
(i) APRA makes a decision on the application for authority; or
(ii) if APRA ' s decision with respect to the application is subject to review under this Act - the review is finally determined or otherwise disposed of.
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