| Commentary

42.3 Procedure on making an interim order

| Commentary

42.3 Procedure on making an interim order

Where an interim order is made, the court must send at least two sealed copies of the order to the applicant who must:

  1. 42.3.1

        serve one of the copies on the nominee under the proposal; and

  2. 42.3.2

        give notice as soon as reasonably practicable of the making of the order to any person who was given notice of the hearing and was not present or was represented at it1.

On making an interim order, the court must fix a time and place for consideration of the nominee’s report2, unless

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