| Commentary

42.1 When an interim order will be made

| Commentary

42 Making of interim order

42.1 When an interim order will be made

On the hearing of the application, the court may make an interim order if it considers that it would be appropriate to do so for the purpose of facilitating the consideration and implementation of the debtor’s proposal for an IVA1, provided that it is satisfied that2:

  1. 42.1.1

        the debtor intends to make a proposal for an IVA under Part VIII of the Insolvency Act 1986;

  2. 42.1.2

        on the day of the making of the application, the debtor was an undischarged bankrupt or was able to make a bankruptcy

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