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Debtor's Bankruptcy Petition - Form 6.27 Help
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Old 19-08-2008, 8:56 PM
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Default Debtor's Bankruptcy Petition - Form 6.27 Help

I have begun filling form 6.27 in. It is giving me a real headache , the form is hard to understand - even with the guide on the CAB website.

I am stuck with sections:-
(G) - Insert name of court
- with in the district of (f) [this court] (G)
county court. I am presenting my petition to this court, as it is the nearest full-time county court to (G) county court, for the following reasons:

(H) - State reasons (H)


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Can anyone help :confused:

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Old 19-08-2008, 9:13 PM
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Is the answer to (G) - insert court where I declare Bunkrptcy? as it is the nearest full-time court to (G) insert my home town court (there is no bankruptcy court there)

State reasons (H) - there is no bankruptcy court at my local county court.

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Old 19-08-2008, 9:23 PM
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Hi Jaks,
Yes, that's right. Are you doing the handwritten forms?
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Yes, but I have filled in the online SOA's form.

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Is there an online version of form 6.27 (on the insolvencydirect.gov.uk website)?
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Yes, it's all on the same online form.
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I can't find anything that relates to form 6.27 on my online SOA's form :confused:
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Once you print it out it comes out as the 2 separate forms.

It's a bit confusing because the boxes are in different places, but once it's printed it's right. I spent ages looking for the 6.27!
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Thank you for your help.
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Thanks again for your help, I have just re read my online forms and the information I am seeking is in step 13.
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