(1) If a liquidator who has made any default—
(a) in filing, delivering or making any return, account or other document, or
(b) in giving any notice which he is by law required to file, deliver, make or give,
fails to make good the default within 14 days after the service on him of a notice requiring him to do so, the court has the following powers.
(2) On an application made by any creditor or contributory of the company, or by the registrar of companies, the court may make an order directing the liquidator to make good the default within such time as may be specified in the order.
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