Bankruptcy – Annulment. The appellant debtor appealed against an order of a deputy district judge dismissing her application for the annulment of a bankruptcy order. In her grounds of appeal, the appellant had raised a limitation defence. The Chancery Division, in allowing the appeal, held that the belated revelation of the second respondent's only real answer to the appellant's limitation defence after the bankruptcy order had been made, without any explanation why it had not previously been put forward, materially altered the legal landscape and was an exceptional circumstance justifying review of the validity and enforceability of the petition debt.