The trustee, not being the official receiver, must vacate office if he ceases to be a person who is for the time being qualified to act as an insolvency practitioner in relation to the bankrupt1. Where the trustee so vacates office, a notice of the fact must be delivered as soon as reasonably practicable to the official receiver by one of the following: (1) the trustee who has vacated office; (b) a continuing joint trustee; (c) the recognised professional body which was the source of the vacating trustee's authorisation to act in relation to the bankrupt
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