Where the court has made an order1 that the one-year period after which the bankrupt may be discharged, is to cease to run, the bankrupt may apply to it for the order to be discharged2.
The court must fix a venue3 for the hearing of the application and deliver notice of it to the bankrupt4. The bankrupt must, not less than 28 days before the date fixed for the hearing, deliver notice of the venue with a copy of the application to the official receiver and any trustee5. The official receiver and the trustee may appear and be heard on
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