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ADR-18-UNSECURED CREDITORS

THE INFORMATION PROVIDED IN THIS SECURED PORTAL IS STRICTLY USED ONLY FOR THE APPLICATION TO SUPPORT YOUR CLAIM FOR BANKRUPTCY.

This component of your application Statement of Financial Affairs the Government  requires you to answer all question relevant to you, remembering this is a LEGAL document you are filing to the Government all answers must be accurately any false information can lead to court action against you and a possible jail term.
** ALL YES / NO QUESTION ARE TO BE ANSWERED.
** IF A QUESTION  DOES NOT APPLY TO YOU GO TO THE NEXT QUESTION.
** ONCE COMPLETED FILL IN YOUR DETAILS AND SUBMIT TO US.

**NOTE THE YES/NO QUESTIONS WILL NEED TO BE TICKED, IF THE QUESTION IT IS NOT APPLICABLE TO YOU TICK “NO” AND MOVE TO THE NEXT QUESTION OTHERWISE AFTER SUBMIT THE FORM IT WILL REDIRECT YOU TO THE UNANSWERED YES/NO QUESTION TO COMPLETE.

An unsecured creditor can include credit cards, unpaid bills, loans from friends and relatives, personal guarantees and contingent debts. List all debts that have not already been listed as secured. Related creditors If you are unsure whether a creditor is related, please refer to the instructions for completing these forms in the front of this booklet before answering this question. Related creditors must be disclosed by ticking the yes or no box. Joint debts: if the debt is owed jointly with another person you must disclose this by indicating Yes or No.

Note: certain creditors can continue recovery action during bankruptcy and you may not be released from debts such as child support, maintenance and debts incurred by fraud

UNSECURED CREDITORS
An unsecured creditor is a creditor who does not hold security over any particular asset you own.
They can include credit cards, unpaid bills, loans from friends and relatives, personal guarantees and contingent debts.

This form can be submitted again if you have more than 10 unsecured creditors.




















































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