The following provisions apply with regard to the matters which must be proved to the satisfaction of the court in an application for the annulment of a bankruptcy order1 on the grounds that the debts and expenses of the bankruptcy have all been paid or secured and may be taken into account by the court on hearing such an application2.
All bankruptcy debts3 which have been proved must have been paid in full or secured in full to the satisfaction of the court4. If, however, a debt is disputed, or a creditor who has proved can no longer be traced,
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