4. Remuneration: recourse by administrator or liquidator to creditors

(1) If the basis of —
(a) the administrator's remuneration has been fixed by the creditors' committee;
(b) the liquidator's remuneration has been fixed by the creditors' committee; or
(c) the liquidator's remuneration had, in a case falling within paragraph 3 (Remuneration: procedure for initial determination), been fixed by the creditors' committee in a preceding administration and the administrator had not subsequently requested an increase under this paragraph,
and the Office-holder considers an amount fixed to be insufficient or basis fixed to be inappropriate, the Office-holder may request that the amount be increased or the basis changed by resolution of the creditors.
(2) If the administrator of a Company has made a statement under Section 61(6)(b) (Requirement for initial creditors' meeting), the basis of his remuneration has been fixed by the creditors' committee, and the administrator of the Company considers an amount fixed to be insufficient or basis fixed to be inappropriate, the administrator of the Company may request that the amount be increased or the basis changed by the approval of —
(a) each secured creditor of the Company; or
(b) if the administrator of the Company has made or intends to make a distribution to preferential creditors —
(i) each secured creditor of the Company; and
(ii) preferential creditors whose debts amount to more than 50% of the preferential debts of the Company, disregarding debts of any creditor who does not respond to an invitation to give or withhold approval.