CORPORATIONS ACT 2001

CHAPTER 10 - TRANSITIONAL PROVISIONS  

PART 10.13 - TRANSITIONAL PROVISIONS RELATING TO THE PERSONAL PROPERTY SECURITIES (CORPORATIONS AND OTHER AMENDMENTS) ACT 2010  

SECTION 1503   REPEAL OF CHAPTER 2K (CHARGES) - CESSATION OF REQUIREMENTS IN RELATION TO DOCUMENTS OR NOTICES  

Scope

1503(1)  
This section applies if, immediately before the commencement time, a document (however described) or notice is required to be lodged or given by a company or other person under one of the following provisions:


(a) paragraph 263(1)(a) , (b) or (c) ;


(b) paragraph 263(2)(b) ;


(c) subsection 263(3) ;


(d) paragraph 264(1)(a) or (b) ;


(e) paragraph 265(6)(b) ;


(f) paragraph 268(1)(a) or (b) ;


(g) subsection 268(2) ;


(h) subsection 269(1) or (2) ;


(i) subsection 270(4) . Requirements that stop applying

1503(2)  
Whichever of the following requirements would otherwise apply stops applying at the commencement time:


(a) the requirement to lodge or give the document or notice;


(b) the requirement for ASIC to enter or delete particulars in the Register in relation to the document or notice.


 

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