The creditors of a company under external administration (other than a members
voluntary winding up) may, by resolution, give directions to the external administrator of the company in relation to the external administration.
An external administrator of a company must have regard to any directions mentioned in subsection (1), but the external administrator is not required to comply with such directions.
If the external administrator does not comply with a direction, the external administrator must make a written record of that fact, along with the external administrator
s reasons for not complying with the direction.
If there is a conflict between directions given by the creditors under subsection (1) and by the committee of inspection under section
, directions given by the creditors override any directions given by the committee.