(1) The Inspector-General may review a reviewable decision:
(a) on the Inspector-General's own initiative; or
(b) if requested to do so by the bankrupt for reasons that appear to the Inspector-General to be sufficient to justify doing so.
(2) Subject to subsection (2A), the Inspector-General must review a reviewable decision if requested to do so by the Ombudsman.
Interaction with Insolvency Practice Rules
(2A) The Inspector-General may refuse to review a reviewable decision if the Court is exercising powers, under section 45- 1, 90- 5, 90- 10 or 90- 15 of Schedule 2, in relation to the decision.
(a) the Inspector-General is reviewing a reviewable decision; and
(b) the Court begins to exercise powers, under section 45- 1, 90- 5, 90- 10 or 90- 15 of Schedule 2, in relation to the decision;
the period referred to in subsection (5) of this section is extended by one day for each day during the period:
(c) beginning when the Court begins to exercise powers as referred to in paragraph (b); and
(d) ending when the Court ceases to exercise those powers.
Request by bankrupt
(3) A request by the bankrupt to the Inspector-General for the review of a reviewable decision must:
(a) be in writing and given to the Inspector-General not later than 60 days after the day on which the decision first came to the notice of the bankrupt; and
(b) be accompanied by:
(i) a copy of any relevant documents issued or given by the trustee under this Subdivision; and
(ii) any other documents on which the bankrupt relies in support of the request.
Time limit for review
(5) Within 60 days after the request is received, the Inspector-General must:
(a) decide whether to review the decision; and
(b) if the Inspector-General decides to review the decision--make his or her decision on the review.