The rights of the bankrupt, if in occupation, not to be evicted or excluded from the dwelling house1 or any part of it, except with the permission of the court and, if not in occupation, with the permission of the court to enter into and occupy the dwelling house2 take effect as if they were home rights under Part IV of the Family Law Act 19963; and any application for permission takes effect as if it were an application for an order4 under that Act5.
Any such application for permission or for
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