What happens if you break bankruptcy restrictions?
If your official receiver suspects or finds you breaking these restrictions, they’ll investigate and may need to interview you, or get more information.
If you don’t cooperate, they can also ask the court to suspend your discharge from bankruptcy.
Breaking these restrictions can be a criminal offence, and could lead to a fine or imprisonment in extreme cases. You could also get a bankruptcy restriction undertaking or order, which makes the restrictions last longer.