Enduring Power of attorney signing ASIC documents


Just wondering if ASIC accepts forms which are signed by the director’s enduring power of attorney? Is it sufficient that we have the EPOA document on file if this is ever questioned by ASIC?


Essentially you will need at least one current director who can sign the forms. Even if that means a new director is appointed.

Recently sent in a 362 under EPOA.
ASIC have requested further actions,

  • the form could only be signed by a current director - even if that means to appoint a new director.
    When none of the guardians are prepared to sign on as a new director of the company, we handed all documents and requirements to our client’s legal team.