7.1 This consultation paper has covered a broad range of issues relevant to trading trusts and oppression remedies, as well as canvassing potential options for reform.
7.2 The Commission invites submissions from all areas of the community. It particularly invites submissions from those who have been affected by oppressive behaviour by trustees of trading trusts as well as from professionals with specialist knowledge in trusts law, corporations law, litigation and remedies.
7.3 You can provide input into the Commission’s review of trading trusts and oppression remedies by responding to the questions throughout the paper. The Commission’s questions also appear on pages 68-90. Information about how to provide the Commission with a submission is on page v. To allow the Commission time to consider your views before deciding on final recommendations, submissions are due by
21 July 2014.
7.4 While you are encouraged to consider the questions throughout the paper, the Commission accepts any appropriate form of written submission as stated at page v.
7.5 Your responses to the questions and provision of other information will assist the Commission to determine whether changes are needed to improve the operation of this specialised but important area of the law.