The official receiver must deliver at least 14 days' notice of the public examination to any trustee1 or special manager2 and, subject to any contrary direction of the court, every creditor of the bankrupt who is known to the official receiver3.
Where the official receiver thinks fit, a notice of the order must be gazetted4 not less than 14 days before the day fixed for the hearing5. The official receiver may advertise the notice in such other manner as the official receiver thinks fit6. The
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