2 without prejudice to the generality of subsection 1

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(2) Without prejudice to the generality of subsection (1) , an order made on an application for the variation of the original order may – (a) provide for the making out of any relevant property of such periodical payments and for such term as may be specified in the order to any person who has applied, or would but for section 6 be entitled to apply, for an order under section 4 (whether or not, in the case of any application, an order was made in favour of the applicant); 190
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(b) provide for the payment out of any relevant property of a lump sum of such amount as may be so specified to the original recipient or to any such person as is mentioned in paragraph (a) ; (c) provide for the transfer of the relevant property, or such part thereof as may be so specified, to the original recipient or to any such person as is so mentioned. (3) Where the original order provides that any periodical payments payable thereunder to the original recipient are to cease on the occurrence of an event specified in the order (other than the remarriage of a former wife or former husband) or on the expiration of a period so specified, then, if, before the end of the period of 6 months from the date of the occurrence of that event or of the expiration of that period, an application is made for an order under this section, the court shall have power to make any order which it would have had power to make if the application had been made before the date (whether in favour of the original recipient or any such person as is mentioned in subsection (2)(a) and whether having effect from that date or from such later date as the court may specify). (4) Any reference in this section to the original order shall include a reference to an order made under this section and any reference in this section to the original recipient shall include a reference to any person to whom periodical payments are required to be made by virtue of an order under this section. (5) An application under this section may be made by any of the following persons, that is to say – (a) any person who by virtue of section 3(1) has applied, or would but for section 6 be entitled to apply, for an order under section 4; (b) the personal representatives of the deceased; (c) the trustees of any relevant property; and (d) any beneficiary of the estate of the deceased. (6) An order under this section may only affect – (a) property the income of which is at the date of the order applicable wholly or in part for the making of periodical payments to any person who has applied for an order under this Ordinance; or (b) in the case of an application under subsection (3) in respect of payments which have ceased to be payable on the occurrence of an event or the expiration of a period, property the income of 191
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which was so applicable immediately before the occurrence of that event or the expiration of that period, as the case may be, and any such property as is mentioned in paragraph (a) or (b) is in subsections (2) and (5) referred to as "relevant property" ( ).
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