| Commentary

207 Resignation of trustee

| Commentary

J: RESIGNATION, REMOVAL OR VACANCY IN THE OFFICE OF TRUSTEE

207 Resignation of trustee

Where the trustee suffers ill-health, or where he intends ceasing to practise as an insolvency practitioner, or where there is some conflict of interest or change of personal circumstances which precludes or makes impracticable the further discharge of his duties, the trustee may resign his office by giving notice to the court (or, if the bankruptcy was on a debtor’s application, the Official Receiver)1.

Before resigning, the trustee must invite the creditors to consider, either by a decision procedure or a deemed consent procedure, whether a replacement should

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