The court may not make an interim order on an application under the statutory provisions1 unless it is satisfied:
(1) that the debtor2 intends to make a proposal for a voluntary arrangement3;
(2) that, on the day of the making of the application, the debtor was an undischarged bankrupt4 or was able to make a bankruptcy application5;
(3) that no previous application has been made by the debtor for an interim order in the period of 12 months ending with that day6; and
(4) that the nominee7 under the debtor's proposal is willing to act in relation to the
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