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A Debtor has 18 days from receipt of the statutory demand to apply to set it aside or to apply for an injunction. In reality a debtor should take steps immediately upon receiving the demand. Where instructed we use the available time to write to the creditor and try to reach an agreement that avoids either bankruptcy or a winding up petition being issued.

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