The court may exclude a proof or reduce the amount claimed:
(1) on the trustee's application1, where the trustee thinks that the proof has been improperly admitted, or ought to be reduced; or
(2) on the application2 of a creditor or a bankrupt, if the trustee declines to interfere in the matter3.
Where any such application is made, the court must fix a venue4 for the application to be heard5. The applicant must deliver notice of the venue:
(a) in the case of an application by the trustee, to the creditor who submitted the proof; and
(b) in the case
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