Corporations Act 2001

CHAPTER 7 - FINANCIAL SERVICES AND MARKETS  

PART 7.10A - EXTERNAL DISPUTE RESOLUTION  

Division 3 - Additional provisions relating to superannuation complaints  

Subdivision A - When complaints relating to superannuation can be made under the AFCA scheme  

SECTION 1053A   1053A   PERSONS TAKEN TO BE MEMBERS OF REGULATED SUPERANNUATION FUNDS AND APPROVED DEPOSIT FUNDS AND HOLDERS OF RSAs  


For the purposes of this Division, each of the following persons is taken to be a member of a regulated superannuation fund or an approved deposit fund, or a holder of an RSA, (as the case requires):


(a) a non-member spouse in relation to whom a splitting order under the Family Law Act 1975 has been made, from the day on which a copy of the order is served on the trustee of the fund;


(b) a non-member spouse who is a party to a superannuation agreement under the Family Law Act 1975 , from the day on which a copy of the agreement is served on the trustee of the fund;


(c) a party to a marriage in relation to which an order of a kind referred to in Part VIIIAA of the Family Law Act 1975 has been made, if the order relates to an interest in the fund;


(d) an eligible person, within the meaning of section 90MZB of the Family Law Act 1975 , in relation to an interest of the member or holder in the fund;


(e) a covered ADF member within the meaning of the Australian Defence Force Cover Act 2015 .


 

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