(1) An application for an order under section 423 shall not be made in relation to a transaction except—
(a) in a case where the debtor has been [made] bankrupt or is a body corporate which is being wound up or [is in administration], by the official receiver, by the trustee of the bankrupt's estate or the liquidator or administrator of the body corporate or (with the leave of the court) by a victim of the transaction;
(b) in a case where a victim of the transaction is bound
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