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    Bankruptcy

    Today, 08:03:AM
    Was issues a petition for a debt of 9800 in January 2019

    A court date was set for the 5th May 2019...

    I paid 5000 3 days prior to the court case to reduce the amount to below 5090 and the council went to court and told me that the order was deferred on the condition that I paid 620 per month which I told them at the time that I could not afford...

    Council then issued a bankruptcy order for August and I was not aware of this as the email went to spam and the letter went to another house with the same door number..

    Were they in their rights to issue a bankruptcy order based on 9800 when I paid 5000 towards the debt?

    The bankruptcy order was fir 9800.. Was this right??
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    Originally posted by Rooben View Post
    Bankruptcy

    Today, 08:03:AM
    Was issues a petition for a debt of 9800 in January 2019

    A court date was set for the 5th May 2019...

    I paid 5000 3 days prior to the court case to reduce the amount to below 5090 and the council went to court and told me that the order was deferred on the condition that I paid 620 per month which I told them at the time that I could not afford...

    Council then issued a bankruptcy order for August and I was not aware of this as the email went to spam and the letter went to another house with the same door number..

    Were they in their rights to issue a bankruptcy order based on 9800 when I paid 5000 towards the debt?

    The bankruptcy order was fir 9800.. Was this right??
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    Its a while since i looked at the rules but if i recall correct, the Court can still make an bankruptcy order in those circumstances.

    Have you applied to have the order annulled previously?
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      Yes I did and the judge said that the bankruptcy is valid
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