Supreme Court (Corporations) (WA) Rules 2004
Part 7-Liquidators


    7.11 Inquiry into conduct of liquidator (Corporations Act s.536(1) and (2))

    (1) A complaint to the Court under section 536(1)(b) of the Corporations Act must be made

    (a) in the case of a winding-up by the Court by an interlocutory process seeking an inquiry; and

    (b) in the case of a voluntary winding-up by an originating process seeking an inquiry.

    (2) A report to the Court by the Commission under section 536(2) of the Corporations Act must be made

    (a) in the case of a winding-up by the Court by filing

    (i) an interlocutory process seeking orders under the subsection; and

    (ii) a written report in a sealed envelope that is marked with the title and number of the proceeding;

    and

    (b) in the case of a voluntary winding-up by filing

    (i) an originating process seeking orders under the subsection; and

    (ii) a written report in a sealed envelope that is marked with the title of the proceeding and provision for its number.

    (3) The contents of a report filed under subrule (2) need not, at the time of filing, be verified by an affidavit.

    (4) Except with the leave of the Court, a report made under section 536(2) of the Corporations Act is not available for inspection by any person except the liquidator or the Commission.

    (5) In this rule

    }liquidator~ includes a provisional liquidator.



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