Where an interim receiver has been appointed, the debtor must give him such inventory of his property1 and such other information, and must attend on the interim receiver at such times, as the latter may for the purpose of carrying out his functions reasonably require2.
The statutory provisions relating to inquiry into a bankrupt's dealings and property3 and the court's enforcement powers thereunder4 apply also where an interim receiver has been appointed as they apply where a bankruptcy order has been made as if references to
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