(1) The scheme manager may, by notice in writing [require a person]—
(a) to provide specified information or information of a specified description; or
(b) to produce specified documents or documents of a specified description.
[(1A) A requirement may be imposed only—
(a) on a person (P) against whom a claim has been made under the scheme,
(b) on a person (P) who is unable or likely to be unable to satisfy claims under the scheme against P,
(c) on a person (“the Third Party”) whom the scheme manager thinks was knowingly involved in matters giving rise to a claim against another person (P) unde
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