[(1) The person responsible for—
(a) an approved pension arrangement under which a bankrupt has rights,
(b) an unapproved pension arrangement under which a bankrupt has excluded rights, or
(c) a pension arrangement under which a bankrupt has at any time had rights,
shall, on the bankrupt's trustee in bankruptcy making a written request, provide the trustee with such information about the arrangement and rights as the trustee may reasonably require for, or in connection with, the making of applications under section 342A.
(2) Nothing in—
(a) any provision of section 159 of the Pension Schemes Act 1993 or section 91 of the Pensions Act 1995 (which prevent assignment and the making of orders that restrain a person from receiving anything which he is prevented from assigning),
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