(1) A petition for a bankruptcy order to be made against a debtor may be presented to the court-
(a) by one of the debtor's creditors or jointly by more than one of them;
(b) by the debtor himself;
(c) by the nominee of, or any person (other than the debtor) who is for the time being bound by, a voluntary arrangement proposed by the debtor and approved by his creditors; or
(d) where a criminal bankruptcy order has been made against the debtor, by the Official Petitioner.
(2) Subject to the following provisions of this Part, the court may make a bankruptcy order on any such petition.