Where it appears to the trustee that the administration of the bankrupt's estate1 is for practical purposes complete and the trustee is not the official receiver, the trustee must give the bankrupt's creditors (other than opted-out creditors2) notice that it appears to the trustee that the administration of the bankrupt's estate is for practical purposes complete3. The notice must be accompanied by a report of the trustee's administration of the bankrupt's estate and explain how the creditors may object to the trustee's release4.
The notice must also state:
(1) that the creditors have the right to request information from the
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