undischarged bankrupt


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undischarged bankrupt

a person against whom a bankruptcy order has been made but who has not yet been discharged.
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The first strayed off into the infinite, heeding no appeals; the second was killed in the night by a fruit motor-waggon which fled before Grubb could get down; the third got itself entangled in the front wheel of a passing cyclist, who came through the plate glass, and proved to be an actor out of work and an undischarged bankrupt.
Jobson, from Coventry, had denied aiding and abetting Naylor, who was her partner, to take part in the management of Jane Jobson (Contracts) Ltd while he was an undischarged bankrupt.
Jobson had denied aiding and abetting Naylor, who was her partner as well as business partner at the time, to take part in the management of Jane Jobson (Contracts) Ltd while he was an undischarged bankrupt.
Additionally, from 13 March 2015 until its liquidation he was acting as a director whilst being undischarged bankrupt, without leave of the Court.
The ban was only 10 years because it included punishment for the fact that he was also acting as the director of Recruitment Base while an undischarged bankrupt.
Stephen John Hall - trading as S Hall Installation and Property Services - did not finish work he'd been paid for after he failed to tell the couple he was an undischarged bankrupt.
The specific question you will be asked to answer on Form IMM 1344, last updated August 2014, is question #8: "Are you an undischarged bankrupt under the Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act?
They did say that they would not open an account for someone who is an undischarged bankrupt so I suppose it depends on your situation at the time.
He was accused of "being an undischarged bankrupt, took part in or were concerned in the promotion, formation or management of a company, called Mega Mart Ltd without the leave of the court".
Hexley, from Barton under Needwood, near Lichfield, was an undischarged bankrupt, the Appeal Court in London heard, and was barred from advising on financial matters in line with strict rules imposed by the Financial Services and Markets Act.
And Mr Finn, 56, of Bondicar Terrace, Blyth, is accused of being concerned in the running of the three companies between December 20, 2009 and November 23, 2010, when he too was an undischarged bankrupt.
Although Thorne is an undischarged bankrupt, the court said he was still responsible for the payments to his family.