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- Is a contingent creditor (in this case a guarantor) a "creditor" for the purposes of making an application against administrators under paragraphs 74 and 75 of schedule B1 to the Insolvency Act 1986?
- How can a trustee in bankruptcy protect their interest in a bankrupt's solely owned unregistered land?
- Can a winding up petition be advertised when the debtor has paid the debt but not the costs?
- What are the consequences of a bankrupt failing to disclose assets and what action can a trustee in bankruptcy take?
- Does a grant of representation need to have been issued before a creditor can apply for an insolvency administration order?
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