Any person specified in a debt relief order as a creditor to whom a qualifying debt referred to in the order is owed may object to1:
the making of the debt relief order;
the inclusion of the debt in the list of the debtor’s qualifying debts; or
the details of the debt specified in the debt relief order.
Any objection must be made during the moratorium period and within the prescribed period for objections2, that is to say, within 30 days of the date on which the creditor was notified of the
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