[(1) On the transferor's trustee in bankruptcy making a written request to the person responsible for the destination arrangement, that person shall provide the trustee with such information about—
(a) the arrangement,
(b) the transferee's rights under it, and
(c) where the destination arrangement is the shared arrangement, the transferor's rights under it,
as the trustee may reasonably require for, or in connection with, the making of applications under sections 339 and 340.
(2) Where the shared arrangement is not the destination arrangement, the person responsible for the shared arrangement shall, on the transferor's trustee in bankruptcy making a written request to that person, provide the trustee with such information about—
(a) the arrangement, and
(b) the transferor's rights under it,
(3) On the transferor's trustee
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