DEFENDING A BANKRUPTCY PROCEEDING UNDER THE INSOLVENCY ACT 1967

How can I defend against any bankruptcy proceedings filed against me?

Generally, you can defend and/or resist the bankruptcy proceedings against you at any stage. However, under the Insolvency Act 1967, it is stated expressly that you can only resist such application by the creditor during the bankruptcy stage, that is within seven days upon receipt of the bankruptcy notice by the creditors.

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