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Bankruptcy and Diligence etc. (Scotland) Act 2007

New section 56J– Effect of recall of sequestration

19.Section 56J addresses what will happen to a BRO or BRU that is in force when a debtor’s sequestration is recalled. The sheriff has discretion to recall any BRU or BRO in place. If the sheriff does not recall the BRO or BRU, the debtor has 28 days to appeal. After a sequestration has been recalled, no new BRO or BRU can be made even if, in the case of a BRO, an application had been made and was pending before the sheriff.

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