The administration of bankruptcy estates is supervised by a special authority, the Bankruptcy Ombudsman. The role of the Bankruptcy Ombudsman is to monitor the activities of bankrupt estates and develop proper practices for their administration. The Bankruptcy Ombudsman ensures that bankruptcy estates are administered according to the law and in accordance with the proper practice of administering estates. The Ombudsman must take the necessary actions regarding any negligence brought to their attention. The Bankruptcy Ombudsman may also order a special audit of the debtor's accounts and operations. The contact details of the Office of the Bankruptcy Ombudsman and further information on bankruptcy proceedings can be found on the website of the Bankruptcy Ombudsman.