| Commentary

67 The uncooperative debtor

| Commentary

67 The uncooperative debtor

Where the supervisor or a creditor finds that the debtor is not giving the co-operation that is required to ensure the proper functioning of the IVA, the supervisor can bring that failure on the part of the debtor to the attention of the court by seeking directions1. Failure to comply with the court’s directions may constitute contempt and be punished accordingly. If the supervisor fails to seek appropriate directions, a creditor may apply to the court—as a person dissatisfied with the supervisor’s omission to seek directions from the court—to remedy the debtor’s default2.

Apart from seeking directions

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