The proof of any bankruptcy debt by a secured or unsecured creditor of the bankrupt and the admission or rejection of any proof must take place in accordance with the Insolvency (England and Wales) Rules 20161. A bankruptcy debt, in relation to a bankrupt, means any of the following:
(1) any debt or liability2 to which he is subject at the commencement of the bankruptcy3;
(2) any debt or liability to which he may become subject after the commencement of the bankruptcy, including after his discharge from bankruptcy4, by reason of any obligation incurred5 before the commencement of the
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