In a bankruptcy, notice of a meeting must be delivered to the bankrupt who is required to attend the meeting1.
However, where the bankrupt is not required to attend the meeting, the notice must state
(1) that the bankrupt is not required to attend the meeting;
(2) that if the bankrupt wishes to attend, the bankrupt should tell the convener as soon as reasonably practicable;
(3) that whether the bankrupt will be allowed to participate in the meeting is at the discretion of the chair; and
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