Company – Administration. The Companies Court, on an application for specific disclosure, made by the administrators of companies against the applicants (the owner of the companies and one of the companies) and the applicants' cross-application for disclosure, ruled that it was a classic type of case where the court could avoid the cost and expense of disclosure and cross-examination by adopting the alternative course of drawing inferences which were appropriate from any failure on the part of any party to be full and frank with the court, instead of ordering specific disclosure.