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CORPORATIONS ACT 2001

CHAPTER 5D - LICENSED TRUSTEE COMPANIES    View history reference

PART 5D.5 - LIMIT ON CONTROL OF LICENSED TRUSTEE COMPANIES    View history reference

Division 2 - Approval to exceed 15% voting power limit    View history reference

SECTION 601VBF  REVOKING AN APPROVAL  

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601VBF(1)  [Conditions for revocation]  


The Minister may, by written notice given to a person who holds an approval under section 601VBB in relation to a licensed trustee company, revoke the approval if:


(a) the Minister is satisfied that it would be in the interests of the trustee company and its clients for the approval to be revoked; or


(b) the Minister is satisfied that an unacceptable control situation exists in relation to the trustee company and in relation to the person; or


(c) the Minister is satisfied that there has been a contravention of a condition to which the approval is subject.

601VBF(2)  [Effective date]  


The revocation takes effect on the day specified in the notice of revocation. The specified day must be a day at least 90 days after the day on which the notice is given.

601VBF(3)  [Minister must revoke approval on application]  


If a person who holds an approval under section 601VBB applies to the Minister for revocation of the approval, the Minister must, by written notice given to the person, revoke the approval. The revocation takes effect on the day specified in the notice of revocation.

601VBF(4)  [Publication of revocation]  


As soon as practicable, the Minister must arrange for a copy of a notice of revocation under this section to be:


(a) published in the Gazette; and


(b) given to the licensed trustee company concerned.


 



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