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CORPORATIONS ACT 2001

CHAPTER 5 - EXTERNAL ADMINISTRATION  

PART 5.4B - WINDING UP IN INSOLVENCY OR BY THE COURT  

Division 1 - General  

SECTION 466  PAYMENT OF PRELIMINARY COSTS ETC.  

466(1)  [ Applicant to bear preliminary costs]  


The persons, other than the company itself or the liquidator of the company, on whose application any winding up order is made must, at their own cost, prosecute all proceedings in the winding up until a liquidator has been appointed under this Part.

466(2)  [ Reimbursement by liquidator]  


The liquidator must, unless the Court orders otherwise, reimburse the applicant out of the property of the company the taxed costs incurred by the applicant in any such proceedings.

466(3)  [ Reimbursement by ASIC]  

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Where the company has no property or does not have sufficient property and, in the opinion of ASIC, a fraud has been committed by any person in the promotion or formation of the company or by any officer or employee of the company in relation to the company since its formation, the taxed costs or so much of them as is not reimbursed under subsection (2) may be reimbursed by ASIC to an amount not exceeding $1,000.

466(4)  [ Application by company or liquidator]  


Where any winding up order is made upon the application of the company or a liquidator of the company, the costs incurred must, subject to any order of the Court, be paid out of the property of the company in like manner as if they were the costs of any other applicant.

 



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