264 Who may present a bankruptcy petition

[Chapter I
The court: bankruptcy petitions and bankruptcy orders]

Preliminary

264  Who may present a bankruptcy petition

(1)     A petition for a bankruptcy order to be made against an individual may be presented to the court in accordance with the following provisions of this Part—

(a)     by one of the individual's creditors or jointly by more than one of them,

(b)     . . .

[(ba)     . . .

[(bb)     . . .]]

(c)     by the supervisor of, or any person (other than the individual) who is for the time being bound by, a voluntary arrangement proposed by the individual and approved under Part VIII, or

(d)     where a criminal bankruptcy order has been

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