(1) Any one or more of the following may apply to the Court for a company to be wound up in insolvency:
(a) the company;
(b) a creditor (even if the creditor is a secured creditor or is only a contingent or prospective creditor);
(c) a contributory;
(d) a director;
(e) a liquidator or provisional liquidator of the company;
(g) a prescribed agency.
(2) An application by any of the following, or by persons including any of the following, may only be made with the leave of the Court:
(a) a person who is a creditor only because of a contingent or prospective debt;
(b) a contributory;
(c) a director;
(3) The Court may give leave if satisfied that there is a prima facie case that the company is insolvent, but not otherwise.
(4) The Court may give leave subject to conditions.
(5) Except as permitted by this section, a person cannot apply for a company to be wound up in insolvency.