| Commentary

44 Duration of interim order

| Commentary

44 Duration of interim order

An interim order has a short initial life. It ceases to have effect at the end of 14 days, beginning with the day after the order is made1. Where the nominee has failed to submit a report to the court, the debtor may apply to the court for a direction that the interim order should continue or, if it has ceased to have effect, should be renewed for such further period as the court may specify in the direction2. On the application of the nominee, the court may extend the period for which the interim

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