If the court adjourns1 the hearing of a bankruptcy petition, then, unless the court otherwise directs, the petitioner must as soon as reasonably practicable deliver a notice of the order of adjournment to the debtor and, any person who has delivered notice of intention to appear2 but was not present at the hearing3.
The order of adjournment must identify the proceedings and contain:
(1) the date of the presentation of the petition;
(2) the order that the further hearing of the petition be adjourned to the venue4
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