Where do you apply for a validation order?
An application for a validation order should be made to the same court that is dealing with the winding-up petition. For the High Court, the validation order application is made to the Registrar; for county courts, it is made to the District Judge.
In certain circumstances, the validation order application is made to the Judge:
1. Where it is urgent and no registrar or district judge is available to hear it;
2. Where it is complex or raises new or controversial points of law; or
3. The hearing is expected to last longer than 30 minutes
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