Regulatory Guide 208 - How ASIC charges fees for credit relief applications CPD
The fee that ASIC will charge for an application depends on the number of substantive matters raised in the application and heads of power involved.
Generally, ASIC will charge a fee for each substantive matter raised and each head of power used.
Where ASIC have published a pro forma instrument, they will generally charge one fee for an application for the instrument.
When making applications for relief, applicants must comply with the requirements set out in Regulatory Guide 51 Applications for relief (RG 51).
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