| Commentary

106 Adjournment

| Commentary

106 Adjournment

Where a petition is adjourned, unless the court otherwise orders, the petitioning creditor must, as soon as reasonably practicable, send notice of the making of the order of adjournment to the debtor and any creditor who has given notice of intention to appear1. The notice must state the venue for the adjourned hearing2.

Failure to give notice may result in an annulment of any bankruptcy order made at the adjourned hearing3.

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