What are the specific provisions of the Insolvency Act 2006 that override the Set-Off Act 1729-35
From: John Creser
Dear Minister of Commerce,
You stated on 8 August 2013 that "while the Set-Off Act 1735 does still apply in New Zealand the specific provisions in the Insolvency Act 1967 override the Set-off Act and that the Official Assignee does not need to consider the provisions of the Set-Off Act."
Please inform me of the specific provisions/sections you refer to in the Insolvency Act 1967 that override the acts Set-Off Act 1729-1735, allowing the Official Assignee to ignore the statute of set off.