Where an insolvency administration order1 has been made, the official receiver may at any time require the personal representative, or if there is no personal representative such person as the court may on the application of the official receiver direct, to submit to the official receiver a statement of the deceased debtor's affairs2 containing particulars of the assets and liabilities of the estate as at the date of the insolvency administration order together with other particulars of the affairs of the deceased debtor in the prescribed form3 or as the official receiver may require4. The statement must be submitted
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