Must someone attend his bankruptcy order hearing if he do not intend to oppose the application from the Plaintiffs ? If he do not attend since there are no ground to oppose it, will it be an offend or it is alright?

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    answered on 21/07/2014

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    There is no need to attend if you are not objecting although you may find it useful to attend as information will be provided to you as to what you will need to do as a bankrupt - there are various information/matters that you need to provide to the OA and that may constitute an offence if you fail to do so.

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