Corporations Act 2001



Division 1 - The Registrar  

Subdivision A - Appointment etc. of the Registrar  


The Registrar may, in writing, delegate all or any of the Registrar ' s functions or powers under this Act (other than the power to make data standards or the disclosure framework) to:

(a)  any person to whom it may delegate any of its other functions, as a Commonwealth body, under a law of the Commonwealth; or

(b)  any person of a kind specified in rules made under section 1270T .

Note: Sections 34AA to 34A of the Acts Interpretation Act 1901 contain provisions relating to delegations.

In performing a delegated function or exercising a delegated power, the delegate must comply with any written directions of the Registrar.


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