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Wednesday, 11 November 1914

In Committee"(Consideration resumed from 23rd October, vide page 313).

Clause 62, as amended -

(1)   Where a sequestration order is made against a debtor, he shall make out and sub mit to the official receiver a statement of his affairs. . .

(3)   Any person stating in writing that he is a creditor of the bankrupt may, personally or by his agent, inspect the statement at all reasonable times, and make a copy thereof, or extract therefrom, but any person untruthfully stating himself to bc a creditor or agent shall be guilty of a contempt of Court, and shall, on the application of the trustee, be punishable accordingly.

Upon which Senator Keating had moved -

That in sub-clause 3, line 2, after the word "may" the following words be inserted: - " without payment of any fee, and any other person on payment of the prescribed fee may."

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