At any time between the institution of an application for a bankruptcy restrictions order1, and the determination of the application2, the court may make an interim bankruptcy restrictions order if it thinks that there are prima facie grounds to suggest that the application for the bankruptcy restrictions order will be successful3, and it is in the public interest to make an interim order4.
An interim bankruptcy restrictions order may be made only on the application of: (1) the Secretary of State; or (2) the official receiver acting on a direction of the Secretary of State
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