101. False representations and omissions.

A person who makes an application for a debt relief order1 is guilty of an offence2, irrespective of whether or not a debt relief order is made3 as a result of the application4, if: (1) he knowingly or recklessly makes any false representation or omission in making the application or providing any information or documents to the official receiver in support of the application5; (2) he intentionally fails to comply with the duty to notify the official receiver as soon as reasonably practicable if he becomes aware of any error in, or omission from, the information supplied to the