After receiving a bankruptcy application1, an adjudicator2 must determine whether the following requirements are met:
(1) the adjudicator had jurisdiction3 to determine the application on the date the application was made4;
(2) the debtor is unable to pay his or her debts at the date of the determination5;
(3) no bankruptcy petition6 is pending in relation to the debtor at the date of the determination7; and
(4) no bankruptcy order8 has been made in respect of any of the debts which are the subject of the application at the date of the determination9.
If the adjudicator is satisfied that
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