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48.—(1) The court may, at any time in the course of PPP administration proceedings, appoint a shorthand writer to take down the evidence of a person examined in the course of those proceedings in Form PPP21. Any shorthand writer so appointed shall complete a declaration in Form PPP22.
(2) The remuneration of a shorthand writer appointed in PPP administration proceedings shall be paid by the party who requested that the court make such an appointment, or out of the assets of the PPP company, or otherwise, as the court may direct.
(3) Any question arising as to the rates of remuneration payable under this rule shall be determined by the court in its discretion.
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