ASIC’s power to disqualify is constitutionally valid

In Visnic v Australian Securities and Investments Commission
[2007] HCA 24
the High Court decided that section 206F of the Corporations Act 2001,
which gives the power to ASIC to disqualify persons from managing corporations is constitutionally valid and was not a function that must be exercised by courts.

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