A bankrupt who applies for an order of discharge from bankruptcy1, must deliver notice of the application to the official receiver, and deposit with the official receiver such sum as the official receiver may require to cover the costs of the application2.
If satisfied that the above provisions have been complied with, the court must fix a venue3 for the hearing of the application and give at least 42 days' notice of it to the official receiver and the bankrupt4
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