The examination is conducted in private before the registrar or district judge1. The applicant may appear in person or by solicitor or counsel. Unless the applicant objects, any other person who could have applied for an order for the examination of the respondent (or any creditor who has provided information on which the application was made) may also attend and put questions to the witness, but only through the applicant and not directly2.
Such written record of the examination must be made as the court think proper. Usually, the proceedings are recorded and the court will order the
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