The bankruptcy order must identify the proceedings and contain:
(1) the name and address of the petitioner;
(2) the date of the presentation of the petition;
(3) the details of the debtor1;
(4) the order that the person named is made bankrupt;
(5) the order either that the court being satisfied that the EU Insolvency Regulation2 applies declares that the proceedings are main, secondary or territorial proceedings (as the case may be)3, or that the court is satisfied that the EU Insolvency Regulation does not apply in relation to the proceedings;
(6) a statement that the official receiver4 (or
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