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Bankruptcy and Diligence etc. (Scotland) Act 2007

New section 70C – Creditor’s duty to provide information

665.This section specifies the information to be provided by the creditor to the employer and, in the case of a conjoined arrestment order, to the sheriff clerk and the dates on which that information is to be supplied. The information to be provided relates to how much of the debt is still outstanding and how much the creditor has received under the arrestment towards paying off that debt.

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