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114.—(1) A written record must be made of the examination.
(2) The record must be read over by or to the respondent and signed by the respondent at a venue fixed by the court.
(3) The written record may be used in any proceedings (whether under the Insolvency Act or otherwise) against the respondent as evidence of any statement made by the respondent in the course of the examination.
(4) The court may appoint, in Form WAT23, a shorthand writer to take down the evidence of a person examined in the course of special administration proceedings.
(5) A shorthand writer so appointed must make a declaration in Form WAT24.
(6) The remuneration of a shorthand writer in special administration proceedings is payable by the party who requested the appointment, or out of the assets of the water company concerned, or otherwise, as the court may direct.
(7) Any question arising as to the rates of remuneration payable must be determined by the court in its discretion.
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