Any provision of the Insolvency (England and Wales) Rules1 which requires an office-holder2 to give a notice3 to creditors of an individual does not apply, in circumstances prescribed by the rules, in relation to opted-out creditors4. 'Opted-out creditor', in relation to an office-holder for an individual, means a person who is a creditor of the individual and, in accordance with the rules has elected (or is deemed to have elected) to be (and not to cease to be) an opted-out creditor in relation to the office-holder5. The exclusion does not apply in relation to a notice of a distribution
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