Where the bankrupt is a person who lacks capacity within the meaning of the Mental Capacity Act 20051 or is unfit to undergo or attend for public examination, the court may, on an application being made to it2, either stay the order for the bankrupt's public examination or direct that it is to be conducted in a manner and place the court thinks just3.
Such an application must be made by a person who has been appointed by a court in the United Kingdom or elsewhere to manage the affairs of, or to represent, the bankrupt, by a person who
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