'Payment in full' means payment in cash to the amount of 100 pence in the pound on all bankruptcy debts1 proved2 in the bankruptcy3. In exercising its discretion whether or not to annul a bankruptcy order, the court may take into account whether interest on debts from the date of the bankruptcy order has been paid or secured4.
The court may decline to annul a bankruptcy order where the bankrupt has paid off all proved debts but there are known to be creditors who have not proved and are unpaid5.
The assent of the creditors to an annulment of the bankruptcy
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