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Hi All,

 

This morning i have been sent a judgement for a debt to the sum of £29k i have completed all the paperwork regarding my BR which is on 23rd Feb 09, should i say imform the company who are claiming against me. i have included the debit within my BR and it is unscured debt as well.

 

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I would just inform them that you have petitioned your own BR nad it is due to be heard on 23/02 and the next correspondence that they will have will be from the OR

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It depends on how nice the creditor was to you.

Personally I wouldn't bother writing as the OR will be doing that for you.

 

Bear in mind there is a miniscule possibility that the petition won't be granted.


I really do appreciate all those 'thank you' emails - I'm glad I've been able to help. Apologies if I haven't acknowledged all of them.

You can also ding my gong if you prefer. :)

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I have just finished the BR papers ready for the 23rd Feb, total debt of £101k, i hve not informed any creditors yet iam letting the OR to inform them, so far all the creditors have been ok, i have spoken to few who seemed to confirm once the have the BR numbers / confirmation the debt will be written off, the secured creditors have also been ok so far.

 

I have got a question when i file the papers on 23rd Feb 2009 how long is it before iam BR is completed or will the OR confirm in writing. Also once iam BR or during the time after the court hearing can the creditors send debt collection companys to take our belongings such as TV , or household goods, i do not have any assets at all and we live in a rented house.

 

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When your bankruptcy is declared in court you are bankrupt from that instant.


I really do appreciate all those 'thank you' emails - I'm glad I've been able to help. Apologies if I haven't acknowledged all of them.

You can also ding my gong if you prefer. :)

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My wife has asked when i have been made BR will all details be in my local papers etc

 

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It will be in the local papers and the london gazette.

No one can come and take your things.


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As gizmo says it will be in your local papers. You should buy one and check out the Public Notices to see what actually goes into the notice - it will be in the Public Notices columns, probably along with many others.

 

You can also browse the London Gazette website to find out goes there. A listing is also made on the Government's Insolvency website but you can only search by name on that site so if you don't know anyone who is bankrupt then you can't see what's in there.


I really do appreciate all those 'thank you' emails - I'm glad I've been able to help. Apologies if I haven't acknowledged all of them.

You can also ding my gong if you prefer. :)

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Quick Question, i have completed the form 6.27 & 6.28 and also applied for the court fee to be cancelled as iam on empolyment & Support, iam in court on monday morning at 9.30am are their any our forms i need to take ? , i have made the form live and sent the in the Insolventry service and iam hoping to the made BR on monday

 

just concerned if i have missed out anything

 

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Hi All

 

Well just got back from the court hearing which was over in about 20mins the judge was fine very nice and even confirmed that the whole of the UK was in debt. The judge has issued a Bankruptcy Order on Debtors petition and stated todays date and time. I have spoken to the OR from the court and will be having a telephone interview on 11th March to confirm details.

 

they have stated my TSB account will not be frozen and they have on issue around the house due to no profits in it and the main lender is sorting the sale and tennant are paying the rent for the next few months.

 

But got home to lots of bills lol

 

Thanks for all the help

 

Cheers :) i can smile now or are their ways for the creditors to stop the BR ?

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Cheers i can smile now or are their ways for the creditors to stop the BR ?

 

Keep smiling, there is nothing they can do:)


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But got home to lots of bills lol

 

All to be forwarded to the OR.


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I Wish you everything you wish yourself.

 

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NatWest Claimed £1,639. Accepted £1,344.

Natwest Paid me again as GOGW £1,656. Yes they can have it back if they say please.

Barclays 1 Claimed £1,260. Won by default. Paid in full

Barclays 2 Claimed £2,378. Won by default. Paid in full

Birmingham Midshires. Claimed £2,122. Accepted £2,075.

 

 

 

 

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just when i think its over, my creditor thats a gave a personal guarantee to the sum of £29k have called today chasing the money again, i informed them that my BR was granted in court on monday 23rd at 10.55am. but they stated that a personal guarantee can be chased after BR ? or are they trying it on again.

 

A couple of creditors hve informed me that the outstanding amount will be cleared etc etc but the large amounts ie £29k etc told me they will not stop chasing until its paid

 

iam having th telephone interview on the 11/3/09 with the OR and have inform them regarding this debt, is the creditor correct that a personal guanrantee debt is for life / until paid and not aloud to be in my BR

 

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Hi, No the debt relates to a builders merchant trade account from a company, i gave a personal guarantee so the company could trade, the company has gone under thus chasing me. and it is not secured just a personal guarantee

 

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Questions Questions but getting their !

 

I have got my telephone interview on 11th March which will take about 1hr they said, what details will they be asking and what happens after the interview, also after checking we have got a secured loan in joint names on the house no funds in the house to repay, now iam BR will they chase my wife ?

 

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They'll ask you things like what you spent the money on, and go through some of your statements. They'll ask about your house and cars etc, and they'll go through your SOA and check item and let you know if there is going ot be a IPA.

 

Make sure you have as much info as possible in front of you.

 

Regards the secured loan what is happeneing to the house?


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we are in a rented house at present and our house has tennants in it, the house is in a hugh negitive and dropped £50k off the selling price and been on the market for 1 year, rent is paid by the tennant direct to the lender now.

 

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Today i have spoken to the OR regarding the house, to date we do not know what the house shortfall will be and we have had no offers at all in the last 12 months, or should i inform the OR and give them an estimate what it could be ?

 

Also with regard to the secured loans which are in joint names, now iam BR and if their is no money from the house will the loans become unsecured and chase payment from my wife ? now iam BR ?

 

Because if she has to repay that means another BR to sort out

 

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Sorry to say it but as it is a joint loan and you are BR they will go after your wife for the balance

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You have no idea what the shortfall will be at this stage. What did the OR say about the house - I really think you need to let it go.

Once the shortfall and your IPA is sorted you can plan for your wife to go BR.

In the meantime do not sign anything from the mortgage company.


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great news NOT, i have had today a demand from HM Customs for company tax £19k which clearly can not be paid as iam now Br the company has not traded for 8 mths and due to be cleared from company house. Thye leaflet staes that unless the outstanding amount is paid they can enter our house and remove items ( joke )

 

where do i stand as or should i inform the OR regarding this invoice ( Company )

 

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where do i stand as or should i inform the OR regarding this invoice ( Company )

 

yes inform him and it will be included.


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Called the OR today and they informed me that any paperwork ie invoices can be sent to them asap, with regard to the house itself yes its gone their are tennants trenting it at present and not sure what the OR wants to do as its in neg by £30k or more, i have not informed the lender iam BR yet letting the OR sort it out, and had another CCJ confirmed today again that is inc in BR

 

Once my BR is completed and sorted out, my wife is filing for BR due to the joint loans etc, i have started the paperwork using the insolventry web filing

 

hope to have all sort soon

 

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