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The Protected Trust Deeds (Scotland) Regulations 2013

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12.—(1) Where a trust deed has become a protected trust deed then—

(a)subject to regulation 17, a creditor who (either or both)—

(i)is not a notified creditor; or

(ii)notified the trustee of objection to the trust deed during the relevant period,

has no higher right to recover the debt than a creditor who has acceded to, or been deemed by virtue of regulation 10(2) to have acceded to, the trust deed; and

(b)an application for sequestration of the debtor’s estate may not be made by the debtor while the trust deed subsists.

(2) A creditor ceases to be deemed to have acceded to a trust deed in terms of regulation 10(2) if the trustee refuses a request by the debtor to apply to the Accountant for discharge in terms of regulation 24(8).

(3) Where a secured creditor’s agreement has been obtained under regulation 6(c) and the trust deed becomes a protected trust deed, that creditor is not entitled—

(a)to make a claim under the protected trust deed for any of the debt in respect of which the security is held;

(b)to do diligence against the assets conveyed to the trustee under the protected trust deed; or

(c)to petition for the sequestration of the debtor during the subsistence of the protected trust deed.

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