At least once after the making of the bankruptcy order1, the official receiver must deliver a report on the bankruptcy and the bankrupt's affairs to the creditors2. The report must contain:
(1) identification details for the proceedings;
(2) contact details for the official receiver;
(3) a summary of the assets and liabilities of the bankrupt as known to the official receiver at the date of the report;
(4) such comments on the summary and the bankrupt's affairs as the official receiver thinks fit; and
(5) any other information of relevance to the creditors
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