CORPORATIONS ACT 2001
After the end of 6 months beginning when a company begins to be wound up, a creditor of the company may give to the company's liquidator a written notice:
(a) stating that the creditor intends to begin proceedings under section 588M in relation to the incurring by the company of a specified debt that is owed to the creditor; and
(b) asking the liquidator to give to the creditor, within 3 months after receiving the notice:
(i) a written consent to the creditor beginning the proceedings; or
(ii) a written statement of the reasons why the liquidator thinks that proceedings under section 588M in relation to the incurring of that debt should not be begun.
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