Disclaimer

The material contained on this page is for the purpose of providing general information on insolvency administrations in Australia, subject to the Bankruptcy Act 1966 and the Corporations Act 2001.  Before relying on the material listed on this site, users should seek advice on how this information specifically relates to their own circumstances, our consultants can be contacted on 03 6334 3277.  Alternatively users can look verify information contained on this site by visiting the government body responsible for the regulation insolvency industry in Australia:

For corporate matters visit the website of the Australian Securities and Investments Commission 

For individuals visit the website of the Australian Financial Security Authority

Australian Debt Counsellors regularly reviews this site to monitor the accuracy of information contained therein, however Australian Debt Counsellors does not certify that information contained is current or furthermore, that material contained on any link in this site is accurate at the time of viewing.

Privacy Policy

Personal details collected on this site is information that has been directly provided by you.  The purpose of collecting personal information is solely for facilitating the distribution of the Australian Debt Counsellors newsletter, or for communicating with users who have made enquiries to this site.

If you have provided information on this site we will only disclose it to the government agencies mentioned above when you have made the decision to proceed with the relevant administration.  Disclosure of any of your personal information to any other organization or individual will only be permitted once you have authorized our office to do so in writing.

The exceptions to the above privacy policy are as follows:

  1. With the introduction of the amendments in the Bankruptcy Amendment (Debt Agreement Reform) Bill 2018 on 27th June 2019 our office will be compelled to consider any activity where the debtor (you) may have committed an offence against the Bankruptcy Act 1966; and to refer any such action to the Inspector-General in Bankruptcy or to any other relevant law enforcement agencies, including supplying evidence of an offence by the debtor against the Bankruptcy Act 1966.

  2. Where our office is required to do so by law

  3. Where information provided may assist in the prevention of serious health or safety concerns to the individual including serious threat to life.