CORPORATIONS ACT 2001

CHAPTER 2D - OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES  

PART 2D.6 - DISQUALIFICATION FROM MANAGING CORPORATIONS  

SECTION 206GA   INVOLVEMENT OF ACCC - LEAVE ORDERS UNDER SECTION 206G  

206GA(1)   Scope of section.  

This section applies in relation to a person who is disqualified from managing corporations under section 206EA .

206GA(2)   Notice lodged with ASIC before leave application.  

If the person lodges a notice with ASIC under subsection 206G(2) , ASIC must give the ACCC a copy of the notice.

206GA(3)   Leave orders.  

If the person lodges a copy of an order with ASIC under subsection 206G(4) , ASIC must give the ACCC a copy of the order.

206GA(4)   Revoking leave.  

If ASIC decides to apply for an order under subsection 206G(5) in relation to the person, it must consult the ACCC before making the application.

206GA(5)   Definition.  

In this section:

ACCC
means the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission.


 

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