(1) The Court may order the winding up of a company if:
(a) the company has by special resolution resolved that it be wound up by the Court; or
(c) the company does not commence business within one year from its incorporation or suspends its business for a whole year; or
(d) the company has no members; or
(e) directors have acted in affairs of the company in their own interests rather than in the interests of the members as a whole, or in any other manner whatsoever that appears to be unfair or unjust to other members; or
(f) affairs of the company are being conducted in a manner that is oppressive or unfairly prejudicial to, or unfairly discriminatory against, a member or members or in a manner that is contrary to the interests of the members as a whole; or
(g) an act or omission, or a proposed act or omission, by or on behalf of the company, or a resolution, or a proposed resolution, of a class of members of the company, was or would be oppressive or unfairly prejudicial to, or unfairly discriminatory against, a member or members or was or would be contrary to the interests of the members as a whole; or
(h) ASIC has stated in a report prepared under Division 1 of Part 3 of the ASIC Act that, in its opinion:
(i) the company cannot pay its debts and should be wound up; or
(ii) it is in the interests of the public, of the members, or of the creditors, that the company should be wound up; or
(k) the Court is of opinion that it is just and equitable that the company be wound up.
(2) A company must lodge a copy of a special resolution referred to in paragraph (1)(a) with ASIC within 14 days after the resolution is passed.