A petition1 for a bankruptcy order to be made against an individual may be presented to the court in accordance with the provisions of the Insolvency Act 19862:
(1) by one of the individual's creditors or jointly by more than one of them3;
(2) by a temporary administrator appointed under the EU Insolvency Regulation4;
(3) by an insolvency practitioner appointed under the EU Insolvency Regulation5;
(4) by the supervisor6 of, or any person, other than the individual, who is for the time being bound7 by, a voluntary arrangement proposed by
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