Where the application for annulment is made on the grounds that the debts and expenses of the bankruptcy have all been paid or secured1, and it has been reported to the court2 that there are known creditors of the bankrupt who have not proved, the court may:
(1) direct the trustee or, if no trustee has been appointed, the official receiver, to deliver notice of the application to such of those creditors as the court thinks ought to be informed of it, with a view to their proving for their debts
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