300 Objections

Where the debtor or a creditor notifies the court of any objection within the time stated, the court officer must fix a day for a hearing at which the district judge will decide whether an administration order should be made and the court officer must give not less than 14 days’ notice of the day so fixed to the debtor and to each creditor mentioned in the list provided by the debtor1. A creditor may object on various grounds, for example:

  1. 300.1

        that it is inappropriate that the order should be made at all;

  2. 300.2

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