In Commissioner of Inland Revenue v Property Ventures Limited (in Liq & In Rec), the liquidator of Property Ventures Limited (in liq and rec) obtained orders requiring the New Zealand Police to produce computer equipment holding certain company records. The Police obtained the relevant information from the offices of a Mr Henderson, following a complaint by the liquidator alleging a failure to comply with notices issued under section 261 of the Companies Act 1993. 

Mr Henderson and GP96 Limited (a company previously associated with Mr Henderson) had opposed the application on the grounds that (amongst other things) the Court lacked jurisdiction to make the orders sought, and that the safeguards proposed by the liquidator to protect the personal information on the computer were inadequate. However, the Court ordered the production of the computer equipment and (in a separate decision) awarded costs to the liquidator.

See Court decisions here and here.