| Commentary

61 Powers of the court

| Commentary

61 Powers of the court

The court may intervene during the course of a voluntary arrangement in three ways.

First, if any of the company’s creditors or any other person is dissatisfied by any act, omission or decision of the supervisor, that person may apply to the court, and on the application, the court may1:

  1. 61.1

        Confirm, reverse or modify any act or decision of the supervisor;

  2. 61.2

        Give directions to the supervisor; or

  3. 61.3

        Make such other order as it thinks fit.

Second, the court can give directions to the supervisor on an application by him in relation to any particular

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