UK Bankruptcy Law
UK Bankruptcy Law Questions Answered by Verified Experts
1. In this situation, you need to stand your ground and refuse to hand over further information or make further payment to the IP. Essentially, as the judge stated to you in open court "it is now all over". Once you have got your discharge from bankruptcy, then that is the end of the matter. The IP cannot go back and revisit the situation. Once your date of discharge has passed, then that is the end of the matter and the IP cannot go back and levy a further bill upon you. Nor can he seek to backdate it when he no longer has jurisdiction over your bankruptcy. The IP had to make a further application to the judge in the matter if he wanted to increase your payment from the I&E. Additionally, you should not give him permission to seek information from the Inland Revenue. If he wants this information he should have gone to court when you were in bankruptcy to obtain. Similarly, you should not give him information about your employer as what you are earning is no longer relevant to him as you are past your date of discharge. Simply tell him that he can make a further application to court if he wants further information.
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