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I hear what the right hon. and learned Gentleman says. However, subsection (4) states:
"If the court makes such a direction and it appears to the court that the company is or may be subject to other requests made for a similar purpose...it may direct that the company is not to comply with any such request."
So there is a considerable amount of discretion for the court. The court is in a position to be able to make appropriate orders, as it thinks fit in the circumstances that it is facing.