Corporations Act 2001

CHAPTER 5 - EXTERNAL ADMINISTRATION  

PART 5.4 - WINDING UP IN INSOLVENCY  

Division 2 - Statutory demand  

SECTION 459F   WHEN COMPANY TAKEN TO FAIL TO COMPLY WITH STATUTORY DEMAND  

459F(1)  
If, as at the end of the period for compliance with a statutory demand, the demand is still in effect and the company has not complied with it, the company is taken to fail to comply with the demand at the end of that period.

459F(2)  
The period for compliance with a statutory demand is:


(a) if the company applies in accordance with section 459G for an order setting aside the demand:


(i) if, on hearing the application under section 459G , or on an application by the company under this paragraph, the Court makes an order that extends the period for compliance with the demand - the period specified in the order, or in the last such order, as the case requires, as the period for such compliance; or

(ii) otherwise - the period beginning on the day when the demand is served and ending 7 days after the application under section 459G is finally determined or otherwise disposed of; or


(b) otherwise - the statutory period after the demand is served.


 

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