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162. Information orders

(1) An information order is an order of the Court of First Instance which —
(a) specifies a prescribed person ("the information discloser");
(b) specifies prescribed information relating to the debtor ("the required information"); and
(c) orders the information discloser to disclose the required information to the Court.
(2) In subsection (1), "prescribed" means prescribed by rules.
(3) Rules made under this section may be made by reference to —
(a) particular persons or particular descriptions of person (or both);
(b) particular information or particular descriptions of information (or both).
(4) Rules may, in particular, be made under this section so as to ensure that —
(a) an information order made against a particular person, or a person of a particular description, may order that person to disclose only particular information, or information of a particular description;
(b) an information order that orders the disclosure of particular information, or information of a particular description, may only be made against a particular person, or a person of a particular description.
(5) Rules made under this section must not make provision that would allow the Court to order the disclosure of information by the debtor.