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Companies (Court) Rules, 1959

87. Liberty to apply

(1) The Company, or any creditor or member thereof, or in case of a company which is being wound-up, the liquidator, may, at any time after the passing of the order sanctioning the compromise or arrangement, apply to the Court for the determination of any question relating to the working of the compromise or arrangement.

(2) The application shall in the first instance be posted before the Court for directions as to the notices and the advertisement, if any to issue, as the Court may direct.

(3) The Court may, on such application, pass such orders and give such directions as it may think fit in regard to the matter, and may make such modifications in the compromise or arrangement as it may consider necessary for the proper working thereof, or pass such orders as it may think fit in the circumstances of the case.

Relief in case of oppression or mismanagement

(Sections 397 to 407)

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