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CORPORATIONS ACT 2001

CHAPTER 6A - COMPULSORY ACQUISITIONS AND BUY-OUTS  

PART 6A.2 - GENERAL COMPULSORY ACQUISITIONS AND BUY-OUTS  

Division 1 - Compulsory acquisition of securities by 90% holder  

SECTION 664E  HOLDER'S RIGHT TO OBJECT TO THE ACQUISITION  

664E(1)  [Right to object]  


A person who holds securities covered by the compulsory acquisition notice may object to the acquisition of the securities by signing an objection form and returning it to the 90% holder. The objection:


(a) relates to all securities that are covered by the notice and are held by the person at the end of the objection period; and


(b) cannot be withdrawn.

664E(2)  [Obligation to lodge objection]  


The 90% holder must lodge with ASIC a copy of any objection form returned under subsection (1) as soon as practicable after it is returned.

664E(3)  [Obligation to draw list]  


As soon as practicable after the end of the objection period, the 90% holder must:


(a) prepare a list that sets out:


(i) the names of people who hold securities covered by the compulsory acquisition notice and have objected to the acquisition; and

(ii) details of the securities they hold; and


(b) lodge the list with ASIC; and


(c) give a copy of the list to the company; and


(d) if the company is listed - give a copy to the relevant market operator.
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664E(4)  [Obligation to provide notice]  


If people who hold at least 10% of the securities covered by the compulsory acquisition notice object to the acquisition before the end of the objection period, the 90% holder must give everyone to whom the compulsory acquisition notice was sent under section 664C:


(a) a notice that the proposed acquisition will not occur; or


(b) a notice that the 90% holder has applied to the Court for approval of the acquisition under section 664F;

within 1 month after the end of the objection period.

664E(5)  [Strict liability offence]  

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An offence based on subsection (2), (3) or (4) is an offence of strict liability.

Note: For strict liability, see section 6.1 of the Criminal Code.


 



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