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15.—(1) Any records maintained by an insolvency practitioner pursuant to this Part shall on the giving of reasonable notice be made available by him for inspection by—
(a)any professional body recognised under section 391 of the Act of which he is a member and the rules of membership of which entitle him to act as an insolvency practitioner;
(b)any competent authority by whom the insolvency practitioner is authorised to act pursuant to section 393 of the Act; and
(c)the Secretary of State.
(2) Any person who is entitled to inspect any record pursuant to paragraph (1) shall also be entitled to take a copy of those records.
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