Companies (Court) Rules, 1959
(1) As soon as practicable after the winding-up order is made and in any event not later than 7 days after the filing of his preliminary report under sub-section (1) of section 455, the Official Liquidator shall take out a summons for directions with regard to the settlement of the list of contributories and the list of creditors and the exercise by the Official Liquidator of all or any of the powers under section 457(1) and any other matters requiring directions of the Court. Notice of the summons shall be given to the petitioner on whose petition the order for winding-up was made. Upon the hearing of the summons, that Court, after hearing the Official Liquidator and any other person appearing, on notice or otherwise, may give such directions as it shall think fit in regard to the said matters, including the fixing of dates for the settlement of the list of contributories and for the filing of proofs by the creditors of the company in respect of their debts and their claims for priority, if any, under section 530.
(2) Where the preliminary report of the Official Liquidator is not filed prior to the hearing of the summons and any of the matters in the summons cannot be properly or fully dealt with without a perusal of such report, the Court may adjourn the hearing of any such matter or matters on the summons until after the submission of the preliminary report.
Committee of Inspection