On an application by the bankrupt the court may: (1) annul a bankruptcy restrictions undertaking1; or (2) provide for a bankruptcy restrictions undertaking to cease to have effect before the date specified in the undertaking2.
The application by the bankrupt must be supported by a witness statement3 stating the grounds on which the application is made4.
The bankrupt must at least 28 days before the date fixed for the hearing, deliver to the Secretary of State5 a notice of the venue6, a copy of the application and a copy of the supporting witness statement
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