The court may, whatever the order sought in the application, make any order which it has power1 to make2.
Where the court orders the respondent to appear before it, it must specify a venue3 for the appearance4, which must be not less than 14 days from the date of the order5. The court may, if it thinks fit, order that any person who, if within the jurisdiction of the court, would be liable to be summoned to appear before it6 be examined in any part of the United Kingdom where he may be for the time being, or in any
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