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Debt Relief Act (Northern Ireland) 2010

Article 208K: Objections and Investigations

Creditors are permitted to object to the making of the order on specified grounds and this Article makes provision for that. In particular, the Article makes provision for any person specified in the order as a creditor to object to the making of the order or his inclusion in the order or to details of the debt specified. It also gives details of how the objection must be made and requires the Official Receiver to consider the objection. It allows the Official Receiver to carry out an investigation if it seems appropriate and gives a power to the Official Receiver to require any person to give him information and assistance.

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