[F143ADebtor's requirement to give account of state of affairsS
(1)This section applies to a debtor who—
(a)has not been discharged under this Act; or
(b)is subject to—
(i)an order made by the sheriff under subsection (2) of section 32 of this Act; or
(ii)an agreement entered into under subsection (4B) of that section.
(2)The trustee shall, at the end of—
(a)the period of 6 months beginning with the date of sequestration; and
(b)each subsequent period of 6 months,
require the debtor to give an account in writing, in such form as may be prescribed, of his current state of affairs.]
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