The court1 may, at any time between the institution of an application for a debt relief restrictions order2 and the determination of the application3, make an interim debt relief restrictions order if it thinks that there are prima facie grounds to suggest that the application for the debt relief restrictions order will be successful and it is in the public interest to do so4. An interim debt relief restrictions order may only be made on the application of the Secretary of State5 or the official receiver6 acting on a direction of
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