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How To Fill In A Requisition Of Decision Form To Replace An Insolvency Practitioner

In order for creditors to fill in a Requisition Of Decision Form To Replace An Insolvency Practitioner, have a look at the example that has been partially completed in red in the following Requisition Of Decision Form which is explained below:

Decision Procedure Form – Rule 15.18 for Liquidation
Decision Procedure Form – Rule 15.18 for Bankruptcy Proceedings

Re – Name of the Insolvent Company / Individual.
Company Registration Number – For the Insolvent Company / Individual.
Creditor Details – This is your business name and address.
Nominated Insolvency Practitioner – Name and address of the Insolvency Practitioner you wish to appoint.
Claim In Liquidation – Value of your claim.
Signed – Your signature authorised to sign.
Date  – This is the date the form was signed.
Name – This is the name of the person authorised to sign for the creditor.

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