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Liability Orders and bankruptcy - can i still go bankrupt? - Bankruptcy UK

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Liability Orders and bankruptcy – can i still go bankrupt?

Yes you can, but if the Bailiffs pursuing the debt have already made can arrangement with you, you might be obliged to honour that arrangement e.g. £150 per month, for the 12 months that you are bankrupt. Just so our readers understand, a Liability Order occurs when the Council has given up on trying to recover council tax arrears from a tenant and approaches the court to intervene. This invariably results in vigorous Bailiff activity – the worst kind as non-payment of Council Tax is a criminal matter. If you are lucky, you might have a Bailiff who gives up once you have gone bankrupt, but don’t bet on it. The Official Receiver might not interefere with such arrangements unless there is a clear possibility of setting up an income payments agreement.

Bankruptcy UK offers bankruptcy help across the board and will submit your application online. Court appearances for bankruptcy are no longer required. Feel free to call us on 01425 600129 for a chat about your circumstances.

 

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