A bankrupt may offer a bankruptcy restrictions undertaking to the Secretary of State1. In determining whether to accept a bankruptcy restrictions undertaking the Secretary of State must have regard to the same matters relating to the behaviour of the bankrupt2 which the court must take into account in deciding whether to make a bankruptcy restrictions order3. The Secretary of State must also consider whether the bankrupt was an undischarged bankrupt at some time during the period of six years ending with the date
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