Hope you don't mind that I've come back for a little more...
Former Bankrupt (discharged more than a decade ago)
Been offered a job at the Civil Service and part of its checks involve completing a "Character Enquiry Form"
The whole form follows a Question > Yes/NO > If Yes, please give more details... format until it reaches the following question where it becomes ambiguous:
Are you an undischarged bankrupt?
YES / NO (I obviously tick No)
If you have been adjudicated bankrupt please tell us the date of the proceedings and the place they were held in the box below.
Now my first impression is that the second "adjudicated" part relates to the main "undischarged" question and so I don't need to give dates as I am no longer adjudicated bankrupt. However, if I take the sentence on its own then yes, in the past I have been adjudicated bankrupt.
Would love some opinions on how I should interpret this...
Thanks in advance