Where the court has ordered an examination of a person1 and it appears to it that the examination was made necessary because information had been unjustifiably refused by the respondent, it may order that the respondent pay the costs of the examination2.
Where the court makes an order against a person to deliver up property in any person's possession which belongs to the bankrupt3, or to pay any amount in discharge of a debt due to the bankrupt4, the costs of the application for the order may be ordered by the court to be paid by the respondent
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