The remuneration of the interim receiver, other than the official receiver, must be fixed by the court from time to time on application of the interim receiver1. In fixing the remuneration of the interim receiver, the court must take into account:
(1) the time properly given by the interim receiver and staff of the interim receiver in attending to the debtor's affairs;
(2) the complexity of the case;
(3) any respects in which, in connection with the debtor's affairs, there falls on the interim receiver any responsibility of an exceptional kind or degree;
(4) the effectiveness with which the
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