Medical Practice Act 1992 No 94
Repealed version for 1 March 2010 to 30 June 2010 (accessed 21 December 2014 at 16:28)
Part 8ASection 116G

116G   Business interests—effect of prohibition

(1)  When a corporation or the trustee of a trust is the subject of a prohibition under this Part in connection with the operation of a business operated by the corporation or under the trust:
(a)  each person who has a management role or substantial interest in the corporation or a substantial interest in the trust is for the purposes of this Part taken to be the subject of that prohibition also, and
(b)  each corporation in which a person referred to in paragraph (a) has a management role or substantial interest is for the purposes of this Part taken to be the subject of that prohibition also (whether or not the corporation was in existence at the time of the relevant offence), and
(c)  the trustee and any manager of a trust in which a person referred to in paragraph (a) has a substantial interest is for the purposes of this Part taken to be the subject of that prohibition also (whether or not the trust was in existence at the time of the relevant offence).
(2)  A person is considered to have a management role or substantial interest in a corporation if:
(a)  the person is a director, secretary or executive officer (as defined in the Corporations Act 2001 of the Commonwealth) of the corporation, or
(b)  the person is entitled to more than 10% of the issued share capital of the corporation (with the shares to which a person is entitled including shares in which the person or an associate of the person has a relevant interest within the meaning of the Corporations Act 2001 of the Commonwealth).
(3)  A person is considered to have a substantial interest in a trust if the person (whether or not as the trustee of another trust) is the beneficiary in respect of more than 10% of the value of the interests in the trust.
(4)  The regulations may create exceptions to this section.
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