This is what the big book says:
not obtain credit of £500 or more from any person without first disclosing the fact that
you are bankrupt (see section 10);
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TalbotWoods wrote:I agree, but at my interview the OR made it very clear that I should also notifiy him, and If i didn't it could result in a BRO.
He explined that he had to explin to my creditors why it had all gone wrong, and if I compunded the problem until after discharge a past creditor could (and quote him) probably would object to discharge!
That was enough to make me sit up and listen.
mt wrote:Anyway, what I'm trying to say it, I am beginning to think like a bankrupt, which is good.
Mel_Odious wrote:mt wrote:Anyway, what I'm trying to say it, I am beginning to think like a bankrupt, which is good.
It is a wonderful learning experience.
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