Where the adjudicator1 determines that the statutory requirements2 are not met, the adjudicator must refuse to make a bankruptcy order3. The adjudicator must give notice to the debtor giving the reasons for the refusal4 and must deliver notice of the refusal to make a bankruptcy order to the debtor as soon as reasonably practicable after the refusal5 to make the bankruptcy order6.
The notice of refusal must state:
(1) the reason or reasons for the refusal to make a bankruptcy order;
(2) that the debtor may request that the adjudicator review the decision to refuse to make a bankruptcy order
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