Bankruptcy Act 1966
(a) direct the Official Trustee or a specified registered trustee to take control of the debtor ' s property; and
(b) make any other orders in relation to the property.
(a) a creditor has applied for the Court to make a direction; and
(b) the Court is satisfied that it is in the interests of the creditors to do so; and
(c) the debtor has not complied with the bankruptcy notice.
If the Court directs a trustee to take control of the debtor ' s property, the Court must specify when the control is to end.
Without limiting the generality of subsection (1), the Court may, at any time after giving a direction under subsection (1), summon the debtor, or an examinable person in relation to the debtor, for examination under this section in relation to the debtor.
(a) at a specified place and at a specified time on a specified day; and
(b) before the Court, the Registrar or a magistrate, as specified in the summons;
to be examined on oath under this section about the debtor and the debtor ' s examinable affairs.
(a) are in the possession of the first-mentioned person; and
(b) relate to the debtor or to any of the debtor ' s examinable affairs.
For the purpose of the examination under this section of a person summoned under subsection (2), subsections 81(2) to (17) , inclusive, apply, with any modifications prescribed by the regulations, as if:
(a) a sequestration order had been made against the debtor when the Court gave the direction under subsection (1) of this section;
(b) the examination were being held under section 81 ; and
(c) a reference in those subsections to a creditor were a reference to a person who has a debt that would be provable in the debtor ' s bankruptcy if a sequestration order had been made as mentioned in paragraph (a) of this subsection.