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Bankruptcy "too easy" claim insolvency professionals
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As the Insolvency Service announce a
on removing the court from debtor petition bankruptcies, Accountancy Age
that the profession thinks bankruptcy is too easy. Do you share that view?
The same Insolvency Service consultation is seeking views on the repealing the early discharge provisions for bankruptcy. Will that have any effect? What do you think?
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