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Hi thank you for your message. To apply for an annulment because you think the bankruptcy order shouldn't have been made, you should follow this process:
- complete an Insolvency Act application form (IAA) - you can find the IAA form here: https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/apply-to-the-court-about-an-insolvency-issue-form-iaa
You'll need to pay an application fee but, depending on your circumstances, you may be able to get this waived or reduced. Ask the court.
Even if the bankruptcy is cancelled, you may still have to pay for the costs of the bankruptcy order and the annulment hearing. The court will decide who should pay these costs when it hears the case.
If your bankruptcy order is cancelled because it shouldn't have been made, any bankruptcy restrictions orders or bankruptcy restrictions undertakings that have been made against you will also be cancelled.
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