For the purpose of enabling the nominee to prepare his report1, the debtor2 must submit to the nominee3 a document setting out the terms of the voluntary arrangement which the debtor is proposing4 and a statement of affairs containing such particulars of his creditors and of his debts and other liabilities and of his assets as may be prescribed, and such other information as may be prescribed5.
Where the debtor is an undischarged bankrupt6, and has already delivered a statement of affairs7, the debtor need not submit a further statement unless the nominee requires a further statement of affairs to
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