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The Insolvency Regulations (Northern Ireland) 1996

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49.  The forms numbered and specified in column 1 of the Table shall be used for the purposes of the Articles specified opposite thereto in column 2 of the Table.

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Column 1Column 2
FormArticle
1Affidavit of Execution by Debtor211(1)(b)
2Affidavit of Execution where Deed is first Executed by a Creditor211(1)(b)
3Debtor’s Affidavit211(1)(c)
4Assent of Creditor to Deed215(3)
5Statutory Declaration by Trustee to be Filed with Registrar as to Assents of Creditors215(4)
6Certificate by Trustee to be Filed with Registrar that Creditors have Dispensed with his Giving Security221(2)

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