Judicature Acts (1908 to 1999) by Parliamentary Counsel
III: Interlocutory Matters
Inquiries under [Companies Act 1993] as to Debts, Claims, or Liabilities
Procedure where claim not admitted
[[416H. Procedure where claim not admitted---(1) If the company
contends that a person is not entitled to be entered on the list of
creditors in respect of any debt or claim, whether admitted or not, or
if any [debt or claim], the particulars of which are so sent in, is not
admitted by the company at its full amount, then and in every such case,
unless the company is willing to appropriate in such manner as the Court
directs the full amount of the debt or claim, the company shall, if the
Court thinks fit so to direct, send to the creditor a notice that the
creditor is required to come in and establish the creditor's title to be
entered on the list or, as the case may be, to come in and prove the
debt or claim, or such part thereof, as is not admitted by the company,
by a day to be therein named, being not less than 4 clear days after the
notice, and being the time appointed by the Court for adjudicating upon
those titles, debts, and claims.
(2) The notice under subclause (1) shall be sent in the manner
mentioned in rule 416E, and may be in form 32C, with such variations as
the circumstances of the case may require.
Cf. S.R. 1956/216, r. 9 (g)
In subclause (1) the words in single square brackets were
substituted for the words ``debt of claim'' by rule 4 (3) of S.R.