The court1, on the application of the official receiver2, may make an order3 summoning: (1) the debtor4; (2) the debtor's spouse or former spouse or the debtor's civil partner or former civil partner; or (3) any person appearing to the court to be able to give information or assistance concerning the debtor or his dealings, affairs and property5, to appear before the court6. The court may require a person falling within head (3) to provide a written account of his dealings with the debtor or to produce any documents in his possession or under his control relating to the
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