It is an offence knowingly or recklessly to make any false representation or omission in making a bankruptcy application to an adjudicator1, or providing any information to an adjudicator in connection with a bankruptcy application2. It is also an offence knowingly or recklessly to fail to notify an adjudicator of a matter in accordance with a requirement imposed by or under Part XI of the Insolvency Act 19863. It is immaterial for the purposes of such an offence whether or not a bankruptcy order is made as a
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