In any proceedings in bankruptcy, a creditor has the right to require the office-holder1 to provide a list of the names and addresses of the creditors and the amounts of their respective debts unless: (1) a statement of affairs has been filed with the court or delivered to the registrar of companies; or (2) the information is available for inspection on the bankruptcy file2. The office-holder on being required to provide such a list, must deliver it to the person requiring the list as soon as reasonably practicable and may charge the standard fee for copies for a hard
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