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What happens to joint debts in bankruptcy

When you enter into credit agreements in the UK, both parties are ‘jointly and severally’ liable, which means both parties are liable for the full amount and not half each. Therefore, if one party went bankrupt but not the other, the remaining party would still be responsible for the full amount.

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