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The Insolvency Regulations (Northern Ireland) 1996

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Registration of Deeds, etc.

Endorsement on copy of a deed of arrangement for filing

39.—(1) Upon every copy of a deed of arrangement which is presented for filing there shall be endorsed by the person who presented it—

(a)the name of the debtor;

(b)the date of the deed;

(c)the date of filing of the deed;

(d)the total amount of revenue duty with which the deed is stamped; and

(e)subject to paragraph (2), a certificate signed by the person who presents the copy for filing certifying that the copy is a correct copy of the deed.

(2) The certificate to be endorsed and signed under paragraph (1)(e) may be endorsed and signed by the solicitor of the debtor.

[D.A.R. 6]

Execution of assignment by trustee prior to registration

40.  An assignment of property by a debtor to a trustee or assignee for the benefit of his creditors shall not be registered under the Order unless it appears from the assignment that it has been or purports to have been executed, or (if not made by deed) signed by the trustee or assignee; and it shall be the duty of the registrar, before registering such an assignment, to satisfy himself that the assignment purports to have been duly executed or signed as the case may be by the trustee or assignee thereunder.

[D.A.R. 7]

Certificate of registration on original deed of arrangement

41.—(1) When a deed of arrangement is registered under the Order there shall be endorsed on the original deed a certificate stating that the deed has been duly registered under the Order and the date of registration.

(2) Such certificate shall be sealed with the seal of the registrar.

[D.A.R. 8]

Notice by new trustee of appointment

42.  Where a new trustee has been appointed he shall forthwith send to the registrar a notice of his appointment, giving his full name and address, and showing how and when the appointment has been made, and the registrar shall forthwith file the said notice.

[D.A.R. 27]

Notice to registrar of order declaring deed of arrangement to be void

43.  Where, on the application of a creditor, the court by order declares a deed of arrangement to be void under Article 221(3), the creditor shall forthwith send a copy of the order to the registrar.

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