i mean the money that i had to pay to hmrc was paid on time and the case was dismissed no more action needed so when my solicitor does a search on my name it still show up and i need it removed as the bankruptcy never happened.
But how do we remove it from showing up against my name and address. I want to look for a mortgage but this showing up when a bankruptcy search is done might stop me and it is not fair as they were paid in full.
It just says dismiss bankruptcy petition so i am not sure , also what is the difference between paid for and annulled and how do get it annulled?
it just says dismiss bankruptcy petition what is he dfference between paid in full and annulled
Yes just issued and then i paid the full amount and it got dismissed . But it shows up when a search is done how do we clear it
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