Corporations Act 2001
(a) the scheme's constitution provides that the scheme is to be wound up at a specified time, in specified circumstances or on the happening of a specified event and that time is reached, those circumstances occur or that event occurs; or
(b) the members pass an extraordinary resolution directing the responsible entity to wind up the scheme; or
(c) the Court makes an order directing the responsible entity to wind up the scheme; or
(d) the members pass a resolution removing the responsible entity but do not, at the same meeting, pass a resolution choosing a company to be the new responsible entity that consents to becoming the scheme's responsible entity.
Note: For the Court's power to order winding up, see subsection 601FQ(5) and section 601ND.601NE(2) [ No meeting]
The responsible entity of a registered scheme may wind up the scheme in accordance with its constitution and any orders under subsection 601NF(2) if the responsible entity is permitted by subsection 601NC(3) to wind up the scheme.601NE(3) [ Interests]
Interests must not be issued in a registered scheme at a time after the responsible entity has become obliged to ensure the scheme is wound up, or after the scheme has started to be wound up.
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