The court may make all or any of the orders referred to in section 94 if the court finds that a person (whether or not that person is a party to any proceedings) has suffered loss or damage by conduct of any creditor, lessor, transferee, buy-back promoter, paid adviser, or broker that constitutes, or would constitute,—
(a) a breach of any of the provisions of sections 17 to 82:
(b) aiding, abetting, counselling, or procuring any other person to breach any of those provisions:
(c) inducing, or attempting to induce, any other person, whether by threats, promises or otherwise, to breach any of those provisions:
(d) being in any way, directly or indirectly, knowingly concerned in, or party to, the breach by any other person of any of those provisions:
(e) conspiring with any other person to breach any of those provisions.
Compare: 1986 No 121 s 43(1)