Commentary

123 Creditor’s petition: Settlement and content of the bankruptcy order

BANKRUPTCY AND INSOLVENCY (INDIVIDUAL INSOLVENCY) vol 3(2)
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123 Creditor’s petition: Settlement and content of the bankruptcy order

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C: BANKRUPTCY ORDERS

1: CREDITOR’S PETITION

123 Creditor’s petition: Settlement and content of the bankruptcy order

The bankruptcy order must identify the proceedings and contain:

  1. 123.1

        the name and address of the petitioner;

  2. 123.2

        the date of the presentation of the petition;

  3. 123.3

        the details of the debtor as provided under rule 10.8(1)(a)–(g);

  4. 123.4

        the order that the person named is made bankrupt;

  5. 123.5

        the order either:

    1. 123.5.1

          that the court being satisfied that the Recast Regulation applies declares that the proceedings are main, secondary or territorial proceedings (as the case may be) as defined in Article 3 of the EU Regulation,

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