CORPORATIONS ACT 2001

CHAPTER 5 - EXTERNAL ADMINISTRATION  

PART 5.9 - MISCELLANEOUS  

Division 1 - Examining a person about a corporation  

SECTION 596B   DISCRETIONARY EXAMINATION  

596B(1)   [ Grounds for discretionary examination]  

The Court may summon a person for examination about a corporation's examinable affairs if:


(a) an eligible applicant applies for the summons; and


(b) the Court is satisfied that the person:


(i) has taken part or been concerned in examinable affairs of the corporation and has been, or may have been, guilty of misconduct in relation to the corporation; or

(ii) may be able to give information about examinable affairs of the corporation.

596B(2)   [ Limitation]  

This section has effect subject to section 596A.


 

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