If there is no such occupier you should go back - by using the 'Back' button below - and indicate that the company will occupy its registered office. The approach taken under the Corporations Act 2001, as indicated by sections 100(1)(d), 100(2) and 143(1), appears to be that if the company itself doesn't occupy its registered office then another party must. (In Incorporator's opinion a company can 'occupy' its registered office merely by having the exclusive legal right to its possession. But if you are forming a public company also bear in mind that it must keep its registered office open to the public on business days during certain hours - the implication of this, in Incorporator's opinion, is that there must be staff continually in attendance during those opening times.)
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