Companies Act 2014

801.

Types of disclosure order

801. The court may make an order under section 800(1)

(a) requiring any person whom the court believes has or is able to obtain all or any of the following information to disclose to the court so much of that information that the person has or is able to obtain:

(i) the names and addresses of persons currently interested, or interested at any time during a period specified in the order, in the shares in or debentures of a company; and

(ii) the name and address of any person who acts or has acted on behalf of any of those persons in relation to the shares or debentures;

(b) requiring any person whom the court believes to be currently interested, or to have been interested at any time during a period specified in the order, in the shares in or debentures of a company—

(i) to confirm or deny that that is the case, and

(ii) if confirming, to disclose such further information as the court may require,

or

(c) requiring a person interested in the shares in or debentures of a company specified in the order to disclose in respect of those shares or debentures to the court—

(i) the information required in paragraph (a)(i) to (ii), and

(ii) such further information as the court may require.