| Commentary

86.2 Hearing

| Commentary

86.2 Hearing

The court will usually list the application for an initial hearing (often 20 minutes is allowed) and at that hearing will either determine the application summarily or adjourn it for a hearing on the merits1.

Five business days’ notice of the initial and any adjourned hearing must be given to the applicant or his solicitor, the creditor, and any individual named in the demand as the person with whom the applicant may communicate with reference to the demand2.

Time for compliance with the demand ceases to run when the application is filed at court3. If the application to set the

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