A notice or statement must be in writing unless the relevant insolvency legislation1 provides otherwise2. A document in electronic form must be capable of being read by the recipient in electronic form and reproduced by the recipient in hard-copy form3.
A certificate complying with the requirements of the Insolvency (England and Wales) Rules 20164 is proof that a document has been duly delivered to the recipient unless the contrary is shown5. The requirements are:
(1) the certificate must state the method of delivery and the date of the sending, posting or delivery (as the case may be)6;
(2) in the
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