The bankruptcy order must be settled by the adjudicator1. The bankruptcy order must contain:
(1) the debtor's title, identification details and any previous name or other names by which the debtor is known or has been known during the last five years immediately before the date of the bankruptcy application2;
(2) the date of delivery of the bankruptcy application on which the order is made; and
(3) the order that upon reading the application it is ordered that the person named be made bankrupt;
(4) the order either that the adjudicator being satisfied that the EU Insolvency Regulation3 applies
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