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CORPORATIONS ACT 2001

CHAPTER 2E - RELATED PARTY TRANSACTIONS  

PART 2E.1 - MEMBER APPROVAL NEEDED FOR RELATED PARTY BENEFIT  

Division 3 - Procedure for obtaining member approval  

SECTION 220  ASIC MAY COMMENT ON PROPOSED RESOLUTION  

220(1)  [ASIC comments]  


Within 14 days after a public company lodges documents under section 218, ASIC may give to the company written comments on those documents (other than comments about whether the proposed resolution is in the company's best interests).

220(2)  [Consultation with relevant market operator]  

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If the company is listed, ASIC may consult with the relevant market operator for the purposes of giving comments to the company.

220(3)  [No limits on consultation]  


Subsection (2) does not limit the persons with whom ASIC may consult.

220(4)  [Retention of comments]  


ASIC must keep a copy of the written comments it gives to a company under subsection (1), and subsections 1274(2) and (5) apply to the copy as if it were a document lodged with ASIC.

220(5)  [Effect of decision]  


The fact that ASIC has given particular comments, or has declined to give comments, under subsection (1) does not in any way affect the performance or exercise of any of ASIC's functions and powers.

 



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