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Can I put a Liability Order into my bankruptcy? - Bankruptcy UK



Can I put a Liability Order into my bankruptcy?

Yes you can, but first we need to clarify exactly what a Liability Order is. This is the 7th and final stage that a council takes to recover Council Tax arrears and it is signed off by a Judge. Once this happens, court bailiffs will move to recover the arrears and if you thought normal bailiffs were bad, these are much worse. The likely outcome of their harrassment is an arrangement whereby the tenant pays so much per month to make up the shortfall. If you go bankrupt, the bailiffs may continue to collect the payments unless the Official Receiver intervenes. The best call when it comes to Council Tax arrears is to always make an arrangement before it gets to the final stage.

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