Handing in your completed bankruptcy forms
You'll need three copies of the 6.27 and 6.28 forms. To save time (and a lot of effort) you can just fill one in and then photocopy it twice to get the other two copies.
It's better to photocopy your forms before you take them to the court, as the courts will often charge quite a lot for photocopying.
You only need to take one copy of the EX160 form. You must take the correct proof of income requested on pages 17-22 of the guidance notes. If you don't have the proof and you're unable to pay the £180 fee, your hearing won't go ahead.
You'll need to take the following things with you to the court, as well as your completed forms:
- The £525 bankruptcy deposit and £180 court fee in cash
- Some proof of ID such as a passport or driving licence
- A copy of your tenancy agreement, rent statement or similar if you live in rented property