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Tuesday, 2 December 2003
Page: 23539

Mr Murphy asked the Treasurer, upon notice, on 6 November 2003:

In respect of the ruling on 4 November 2003 by Justice Stephen O'Ryan indicating that there was prima facie evidence supporting the Australian Securities and Investment Commission's claim that an agreement to shift assets, including the family home, to the wife of Mr Jodee Rich, Mrs Maxine Rich, was entered into because of a concern about claims on her husband's property by third parties as a result of the collapse of OneTel, when will the Government amend the Family Law Act to allow the Court to examine and overturn agreements made by parties to put assets out of reach of creditors.

Mr Costello (Treasurer) —The answer to the honourable member's question is as follows:

This question does not fall within my portfolio responsibility. Refer to the answer provided by the Attorney-General for Question on Notice Number 2763.