An application to the court for the annulment of a bankruptcy order1 must specify whether it is made on the grounds that:
(1) the order ought not to have been made2; or
(2) the debts and expenses of the bankrupt have all been paid or secured3.
In either case, the application must be supported by a witness statement4 stating the grounds on which it is made; and, where it is made under head (2) above, the witness statement must contain all the facts by reference to which the court is required to be satisfied before annulling the bankruptcy order5.
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