An interim bankruptcy restrictions order has the same effect as a bankruptcy restrictions order1, and comes into force when it is made2. An interim order ceases to have effect on the determination of the application for the bankruptcy restrictions order3, on the acceptance of a bankruptcy restrictions undertaking made by the bankrupt4, or if the court discharges the interim order on the application of the person who applied for it or of the bankrupt5.
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