An application appealing the decision of an adjudicator to refuse to make a bankruptcy order1 is made to the High Court or any County Court hearing centre having insolvency jurisdiction2. No prior application for permission to appeal is required3.
It is the responsibility of the applicant to obtain from the adjudicator a copy (digital or otherwise) of the original application reviewed by the adjudicator (including the adjudicator's notice of refusal to make a bankruptcy order and notice confirming that refusal) and a record of the verification checks undertaken by the adjudicator
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