Intestate Estates and Sole Director, Sole Shareholder Companies

Relevance of section 201F Corporations Act 2001 (Cth) to obtain control of going concern business and assets /

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In the absence of living co-directors or shareholders there are various options to substitute someone with ostensible legal authority to quickly take control of a business and assets.

By utilising section 201F of the Corporations Act 2001 (Cth) a director can be appointed. The director can then appoint a voluntary administrator. The voluntary administrator takes immediate control of the business and assets under Part 5.3A of the Act. The voluntary administrator will access cash and assets, and meet the needs of employees, creditors and other stakeholders and develop and implement short and long term plans in conjunction with experts in wills and estates.

The use of section 201F combined with the voluntary administration regime in this way is effective especially in circumstances where a company does not have a living director or shareholder.

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