At the end of the moratorium1 applicable to a debt relief order2 the debtor3 is discharged from all the qualifying debts4 specified in the order, including all interest, penalties and other sums which may have become payable in relation to those debts since the application date5, unless the moratorium terminates early6 and except any qualifying debt which the debtor incurred in respect of any fraud or fraudulent breach of trust7 to which the debtor was a party8.
The discharge of the debtor from qualifying debts does not release any other person from any liability, whether as partner or co-trustee of
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