The Secretary of State1 may make an order2 in relation to a disqualification provision3. A 'disqualification provision' is a provision4 which disqualifies, whether permanently or temporarily and whether absolutely or conditionally5, a bankrupt6 or a class of bankrupts from being elected or appointed to an office or position, holding an office or position, or becoming or remaining a member of a body7 or group8.
An order9 may repeal or revoke the disqualification provision10. An order11 may amend, or modify the effect of, the disqualification provision: (1) so as to reduce the class of
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