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The Insolvency Service must keep an up-to-date register, open to public inspection, which shows:

  • Individual Voluntary Arrangements (IVAs) and Fast-Track Voluntary Arrangements (FTVAs);
  • Bankruptcy Orders;
  • Bankruptcy Restrictions Orders or Undertakings (BROs/BRUs);
  • Debt Relief Orders (DROs); and
  • Debt Relief Restrictions Orders or Undertakings (DRROs/DRRUs).

As the law requires us to keep the register, we cannot be held responsible for the actions of anyone who obtains and uses data from it. This includes people using internet search engines.

For more information on the register, please see the guidance

Privacy Statement

The Insolvency Service is an agency of the Department of Trade and Industry. Official Receivers in England and Wales are Insolvency Service staff.

This Privacy Policy Statement explains how we protect and respect information we collect from you while you are using our website. It explains how The Insolvency Service uses any information you give to us and the ways in which we protect your privacy.

Under the Data Protection Act, we have a legal duty to protect any information we collect from you. We use leading technologies and encryption software to safeguard any information provided by bankrupts on our Bankruptcy Preliminary Information Interactive Questionnaire and we keep strict security standards to prevent any unauthorised access to it.

1. Using our website

You do not have to register or enter any personal details to use our website. We only collect information where stated, for example when you order any publications or email your comments to us you are asked to enter details so we can reply to you. These forms do not store or capture personal information but merely log the user's IP address, which is automatically recognised by the web server. This website does not use cookies for collecting user information from the site. Information collected generally on the website is only collected for the purpose stated and we do not pass on your details to any third party or government department unless you give us permission to do so.

Information provided in the hotline questionnaire is sent to us by email. This information is not captured or stored by the website. The personal information you provide is used by our Enforcement Directorate to contact you further regarding your complaint.

If you are bankrupt and provide required information to the Official Receiver by using our interactive questionnaire...

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