The public examination may be adjourned by the court from time to time, either to a fixed date or generally1.
The order of adjournment of the public examination to a fixed date must contain a warning to the bankrupt, which must be displayed prominently on the front page of the order, stating that if the bankrupt fails without reasonable excuse to attend the public examination at the time and place set out in the order the bankrupt may be arrested without further notice2 and may be held to be in contempt of court3 and imprisoned or fined4
Where the examination has
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