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Interim bankruptcy restrictions order definition

What does Interim bankruptcy restrictions order mean?

An interim order that imposes restrictions upon a bankrupt pending the determination of an application for a bankruptcy restrictions order.

The court may grant an interim bankruptcy restrictions order, upon the application of Secretary of State or the official receiver, at any time between the institution of an application for a bankruptcy restrictions order and the determination of such application. Before the court can grant such an order it must be satisfied that there are prima facie grounds to suggest that the application for a bankruptcy restrictions order will be successful, and that it is in the public interest to make an interim order.


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