Superannuation Industry (Supervision) Act 1993

PART 2B - REGISTRABLE SUPERANNUATION ENTITIES  

Division 1 - Object of this Part  

SECTION 29K   OBJECT ETC. OF THIS PART  

29K(1)  
The object of this Part is to provide for the registration of registrable superannuation entities.

29K(2)  
Registration is significant because an RSE licensee may breach the licence condition imposed by paragraph 29E(1)(d) if a registrable superannuation entity of which it is the RSE licensee is not registered.

Note:

Breach of a licence condition may lead to consequences such as a direction from APRA to comply with the condition (see paragraph 131D(2)(b) ) or cancellation of the licence (see section 29G ).


 

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