An approved intermediary is an individual for the time being approved by a competent authority1 to act as an intermediary between a person wishing to make an application for a debt relief order and the official receiver2.
The approved intermediary, through whom the application for a debt relief order is to be made, must create an application for a debt relief order in the name of the debtor3 as soon as reasonably practicable after being asked by the debtor to do so4.
The approved intermediary may assist the debtor: (1) to identify what information is required to complete the application; (2)
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