63. Provision of information to debtor and co-owner by enforcement agent
(1) As soon as possible after sale or disposal of the goods, the enforcement agent must provide the debtor and any co-owner of goods of whom the enforcement agent is aware with —
(a) an itemised list of the goods sold or otherwise disposed of;
(b) a statement of —
(i) the sum received in relation to each item;
(ii) the proceeds;
(iii) the application of the proceeds;
(iv) the disbursements recoverable under these Rules and incurred in relation to the goods.
(2) The enforcement agent must provide the debtor and any co-owner with a copy of all receipts for the disbursements referred to at paragraph (1)(b)(iv), except in relation to disbursements to which rule 58(4) applies.
(3) Where the debtor pays, or seeks to pay, the amount outstanding at any time after the enforcement agent has incurred disbursements in relation to the enforcement power but before sale or disposal of the goods, the enforcement agent must provide the debtor with —
(a) a statement of disbursements recoverable in accordance with paragraph (1)(b)(iv);
(b) any receipts in accordance with paragraph (2);
(c) a statement of the fixed and percentage fees (if any) charged.