(1) This section applies in the case of a company which is being wound up by the court in England and Wales.
[(2) The liquidator may seek a decision on any matter from the company's creditors or contributories; and must seek a decision on a matter—
(a) from the company's creditors, if requested to do so by one-tenth in value of the creditors;
(b) from the company's contributories, if requested to do so by one-tenth in value of the contributories.]
(3) The liquidator may apply to the court (in the prescribed manner) for directions in relation
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