Please note that a person may be discharged from bankruptcy after 3 years and a No Asset Procedure after 1 year. Please check the Insolvency Register on the Insolvency and Trustee Service website for the current status of a debtor.

Publication of bankruptcy adjudications and of debtors admitted to a No Asset Procedure changed in December 2018. From that time the Insolvency and Trustee Service has published all adjudications in the New Zealand Gazette by providing a link from the Gazette website to the Insolvency Register.

Other bankruptcy notices, including orders annulling or rescinding adjudications, can be found in the Insolvency and Trustee Services’ Public Notices.

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In Bankruptcy Take notice that Bernard Christopher Francis, a bankrupt of Rotorua, has been required by the official assignee at Hamilton to attend before the High Court at Rotorua at 10.00 a.m. on Tuesday, the 22nd day of October 1996, to be publicly examined concerning his discharge in accordance with section 109 (2) of the Insolvency Act 1967. Any creditor who intends to oppose the discharge of the bankrupt on grounds other than those mentioned in the assignee's report, must give notice of his intended opposition, setting out the grounds thereof, to the assignee and to the bankrupt not less that 3 days before the time fixed for the hearing. Within 7 days of the date on which the public examination is to be held, the assignee must file in the High Court at Rotorua a full report on the estate and the conduct of the bankrupt and on all other matters with which it is desirable for the purposes of Insolvency Act that the Court should be acquainted. The assignee or any creditor who has proved his claim or the counsel for the assignee or for any creditor who has proved his claim may, without notice to the bankrupt, examine him at the public examination. Dated at Hamilton this 8th day of October 1996. L. G. A. CURRIE, Official Assignee.
Publication Date
17 Oct 1996

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