11. Content of administration application and witness statement
(1) The administration application shall contain a statement of the applicant's belief that the Company is, or is likely to become, unable to pay its debts, except where the applicant is the holder of a qualifying charge and is making the application in reliance on Section 37 (Application by holder of qualifying charge).
(2) There shall be attached to the administration application a witness statement in support which shall contain —
(a) a statement of the Company's financial position, specifying (to the best of the applicant's knowledge and belief) the Company's assets and liabilities, including contingent and prospective liabilities;
(b) details of any security known or believed to be held by creditors of the Company, and whether in any case the security is such as to confer power on the holder to appoint an administrative receiver or to appoint an administrator under Section 21 (Power to appoint). If an administrative receiver has been appointed, that fact shall be stated;
(c) details of any Insolvency Proceedings in relation to the Company including any petition that has been presented for the winding-up of the Company so far as known to the applicant;
(d) where it is intended to appoint a number of persons as administrators of a Company, details of the matters set out in Section 145(2) (Joint administrators) regarding the exercise of the function of the administrators of the Company; and
(e) any other matters which, in the opinion of those intending to make the administration application, will assist the Court in deciding whether to make such an order, so far as lying within the knowledge or belief of the applicant.
(3) Where the administration application is made by the holder of a qualifying charge in reliance on Section 37 (Application by holder of qualifying charge), he shall give sufficient details in the witness statement in support to satisfy the Court that he is entitled to appoint an administrator of the Company under Section 21 (Power to appoint).