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Did you get a statutory demand first? Did you apply to set it aside?
did you attend the bankruptcy hearing?
how much was the claim for and how much was outstanding?
Did you accept you owed the money?
Its bad news I am afraid. You can only get the bankruptcy annulled if:
1) They didnt follow correct procedure, or
2) The debt was less than £5000, or
3) The debt was paid.
In terms of procedure you should get a stat demand and then if not set aside, petition. If you did not set aside the stat demand they are entitled to make you bankrupt. If there was an issue over the debt you should have applied to set aside on the grounds there was a dispute.
Sadly you did not and have now lost your chance for this.
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