Bankruptcy Act 1966
A person may inspect, obtain a copy of, or take extracts from, any statement of affairs that was given to the Official Receiver in connection with a debtor ' s petition against a partnership.
(a) the person states in writing that he or she is a creditor of the partnership or of a member of the partnership who became a bankrupt as a result of the petition; or
(aa) the person is a member of the partnership who became a bankrupt as a result of the petition; or
(b) the person is an agent of a person described in paragraph (a) or (aa).
(a) inspect any statement of affairs that accompanied the petition; and
(b) obtain a copy of, or make extracts from, any statement of affairs that accompanied the petition.
If the approved form for a statement of affairs indicates that particular information in the statement will not be made available to the public, then the Official Receiver must ensure that the information is not made available under this section to any person (other than a member of the partnership who became a bankrupt as a result of the petition or an agent of such a member).
The Official Receiver may refuse to allow a person access under this section to particular information in a statement of affairs on the ground that access to that information would jeopardise, or be likely to jeopardise, the safety of any person.