Prescribed Insolvency Form 6.14 - Creditor's Petition must be sent to Chief Land Registrar

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Dear The Adjudicator’s Office,

Prescribed Insolvency Form 6.14 - Creditor's Petition must be sent to Chief Land Registrar

I understand that form 6.14 is no longer in use for Debtor's applications.

I would like to know under the FOIA if the prescribed Insolvency Form 6.14 is still in use to be sent along with a Creditor's Petition that must be sent to the Chief Land Registrar or if only a copy of the petition must be sent. Please see below:

Creditor's bankruptcy petition - procedure and hearing
September 1997

45.115 Notice of the petition

Once filed, the court will send a copy of the petition to the chief Land registrar with a request that it be registered in the register of pending actions. [Note 20. Insolvency Rules rule 6.13]

https://www.insolvencydirect.bis.gov.uk/...

Yours faithfully,

Deb Williams

The Adjudicator's Office

 
 
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