At any time after a bankruptcy order has been made1 the court may, on the application of the official receiver or the trustee of the bankrupt's estate2, summon to appear before it:
(1) the bankrupt or the bankrupt's spouse or former spouse or civil partner or former civil partner;
(2) any person known or believed to have any property comprised in the bankrupt's estate in his possession or to be indebted to the bankrupt;
(3) any person appearing to the court to be able to give information concerning the bankrupt or the bankrupt's dealings, affairs3 or property4.
The court may
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