The statement of affairs must contain such particulars of the bankrupt's creditors and of his debts and other liabilities and of his assets as may be prescribed, and such other information as may be prescribed1.
Where the official receiver requires a bankrupt to provide the official receiver with a statement of affairs2, the official receiver must deliver a notice to the bankrupt3. The notice must be headed 'Notice requiring statement of affairs' and must:
(1) require the bankrupt to prepare and submit to the official receiver a statement of affairs;
(2) inform the bankrupt of the date by which the
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