[Debt relief restrictions order
(1) A debt relief restrictions order may be made by the court in relation to a person in respect of whom a debt relief order has been made.
(2) An order may be made only on the application of—
(a) the Secretary of State, or
(b) the official receiver acting on a direction of the Secretary of State.
Grounds for making order
(1) The court shall grant an application for a debt relief restrictions order if it thinks it appropriate to do so having regard to the conduct of the debtor (whether before or after the making of the debt relief order).
(2) The court shall, in particular, take into account any of the following kinds of behaviour on the part of the debtor—
(a) failing to keep records which account for a loss of property by the debtor, or by a business carried on by him, where the loss occurred in the period beginning two years before the application date for the debt relief order and ending with the date of the application for the debt relief restrictions order;
(b) failing to produce records of that kind on demand by the official receiver;
(c) entering into a transaction at an undervalue in the period beginning two years before the application date for the debt relief order and ending with the date of the determination of that application;
(d) giving a preference in the period beginning two years before the application date for the debt relief order and ending with the
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