[(1) This section applies in the case of a company where—
(a) the company enters administration, or
(b) the company goes into liquidation;
and “the office-holder” means the administrator or the liquidator, as the case may be.
(2) The office-holder may assign a right of action (including the proceeds of an action) arising under any of the following—
(a) section 213 or 246ZA (fraudulent trading);
(b) section 214 or 246ZB (wrongful trading);
(c) section 238 (transactions at an undervalue (England and Wales));
(d) section 239 (preferences (England and Wales));
(e) section 242 (gratuitous alienations (Scotland));
(f) section 243 (unfair preferences (Scotland));
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