A bankrupt may apply to the court for a certificate of discharge where the bankruptcy order was made otherwise than on a bankruptcy application1. Where it appears to the court that the bankrupt is discharged, whether by expiration of time or otherwise, the court must deliver a certificate of discharge to the former bankrupt2.
The certificate of discharge must be headed 'Certificate of Discharge' and must contain:
(1) identification details for the proceedings;
(2) the date of the bankruptcy order;
(3) the statement that the former bankrupt was discharged from bankruptcy;
(4) the date of discharge from bankruptcy; and
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