Unless the court otherwise orders, the official receiver must make an application for a public examination1 if notice requiring him to do so is given to him2 by one of the bankrupt's creditors with the concurrence of not less than one-half, in value, of those creditors, including the creditor giving notice3.
Such a request by a creditor to the official receiver must be accompanied by a list of the creditors concurring with the request with the name and postal address of each and the amount of their respective claims, confirmation by
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