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EFIS 34, July 2005 : Insolvency Partnership/Estates

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The Insolvent Partnerships (Amendment) Order 2005 has amended Insolvency Partnership Forms 1 and 4 to take account of changes to the administration procedure introduced under the Enterprise Act 2002.

INP_1 has been represcribed as an application for administration of an insolvent partnership rather than a petition to wind up the same.

INP_1A is a new form where the members of a partnership give notice of their intention to appoint an administrator or an agricultural receiver of the partnership.

INP_1B is a similar notice to INP_1A but is used where no notice of intention to appoint has been issued by the members of the partnership.

Also, minor amendments have been made to INP_4.

The Insolvent Partnerships (Amendment) Order 2005 came into force on 1st July.

These forms are available for your immediate use.

Forms affected

INP_1 Form 1 Administration Application New/Amended
INP_4 Form 4 Written/Statutory Demand by Creditor New/Amended
INP_1A Form 1A Notice of Intention to Appoint an Administrator by the Members of the Partnership New/Amended
INP_1B Form 1B Notice of Appointment of an Administrator by the Members of the Partnership (where a Notice of Intention to Appoint Has Not Been Issued) New/Amended

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