The opacity of a proposed administrator`s relationship may be problematic where a creditor concerned is a related entity of the proposed administrator under the proposed debt agreement.  The amendments referred to in points 1 and 2 apply to proposals for debt agreements that are submitted to the official receiver on or after six months after the approval of the Royal. The amendments to the Debt Agreement (in points 3 and 4) apply to debt agreements that enter into force on or after six months following the Royal Agreement where proposals relating to the Debt Agreement were made on or after that date. In order to adapt to the corresponding provisions relating to the extension of the registration of trustees in bankruptcy, point 7, subsection 186C, annuls paragraph 3 of the Bankruptcy Act and replaces it in order to oblige the Inspector General to authorise an application for renewal of the registration of a debt contract where, inter alia, proof of adequate and appropriate insurance is available and the applicant does not exceed the prescribed amount of the declaration. bankruptcy. It is a debt. Proposed subsection 186C (5A), which is inserted by point 13 of Part 1 of Schedule 3 to the Act, provides that a person is required to have a declared inheritance tax if: currently, section 185™ establishes the rule for adopting a proposed amendment to a debt agreement. Item 11 incorporates proposed subsections 185™ (1A) and (1B) into the Bankruptcy Act to amend the acceptance rule by requiring the official agent to ignore all votes of the proposed director or a related entity of the proposed director.  (3) If an administrator of a debt contract signs a certificate under subsection 185M (1F) in respect of a proposal to amend the agreement, the administrator is required to ensure that the certificate is correct. (b) one or more specific categories of registered debt agreement administrators. At present, there is no specific restriction on the amount or frequency of payments offered by a debtor under a debt agreement. On the contrary, the Bankruptcy Act requires that a proposal for an agreement on the debt submitted to the liquidator be accompanied by a certificate signed by the trustee of the debt contract, that he or she has sufficient reason to believe that the debtor is likely to fulfil the obligations created by the agreement as soon as they are due.  This does not always preclude debt agreements that could cause an unreasonable financial situation to a debtor.
Point 23 amends Section 185LA of the Bankruptcy Act to extend the obligations of a liquidator to reflect the obligations of a receiver entrusted to a liquidator, which have been discussed above.  The amendments to Schedule 2, Part 2, of the Act apply to proposed debt agreements six months after the date of royal admission. A debt agreement, also known as Part 9 (pursuant to Part IX of the Bankruptcy Act 1966), is when a person (debtor) makes a formal proposal to his creditors to ask them to accept an agreement less than full payment of their debts. Not have been insolvent in the last 10 years, propose a private insolvency contract or have entered into a debt contract. Proposed administrator in respect of a proposed debt agreement, the person referred to in paragraph 185C(2)(c). On June 27, 2019, most of the Debt Agreement Reform Bill came into effect. . . .