Government representatives will argue at a special hearing early in October that certain files should remain confidential. They include transcripts of interviews with former prime minister John Major and Bank of England Governor Eddie George. They would give an insight into exactly who knew what about the bank's financial plight in 1991.
BCCI, the Bank of Credit and Commerce International, became the world's largest banking fraud when it collapsed in 1991 with£6.4bn debts.
Earlier this month it was learned that government officials had lost a legal fight to keep the documents under wraps. The court of appeal rejected their claim that a previous high court ruling, which demanded the papers be handed over, should be overturned, but Mr Justice Tomlinson will allow them to argue the case on individual papers in October and at a second hearing in November.
Creditors - including many local authorities - hope the files will be useful in their civil action against the Bank of England, due for hearing in April.