Corporations Act 2001
A company may apply to the Court for an order setting aside a statutory demand served on the company. 459G(2)
An application may only be made within the statutory period after the demand is so served.
S 459G(2) amended by No 22 of 2020, s 3, Sch 12 (effective 25 March 2020).
An application is made in accordance with this section only if, within that period:
(a) an affidavit supporting the application is filed with the Court; and
(b) a copy of the application, and a copy of the supporting affidavit, are served on the person who served the demand on the company.
S 459G(3) amended by No 22 of 2020, s 3, Sch 12 (effective 25 March 2020).
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