(1) A person who is:
(i) a member, former member, or person entitled to be registered as a member of an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander corporation or of a related body corporate; or
(ii) an officer or former officer of the corporation; or
(iii) the Registrar; and
(b) acting with leave granted under section 169-5;
(c) bring proceedings on behalf of an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander corporation; or
(d) intervene in any proceedings to which an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander corporation is a party for the purpose of taking responsibility on behalf of the corporation for those proceedings, or for a particular step in those proceedings (for example, compromising or settling them).
(2) Proceedings brought on behalf of the corporation must be brought in the corporation's name.
(3) Any right a person may have otherwise had at general law to bring, or intervene in, proceedings on behalf of an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander corporation is abolished.
Note: This section does not prevent a person bringing, or intervening in, proceedings on the person's own behalf in respect of a personal right.