Bankruptcy debt definition

What does Bankruptcy debt mean?

A debt or liability from which a bankrupt is released upon his discharge from bankruptcy.

Alternatively, if a bankrupt is to secure an 'all debts paid' annulment of his bankruptcy order he must either pay or provide security for all of his bankruptcy debts.

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Bankruptcy debt is referenced 2 in UK Parliament Acts

Bankruptcy debt is referenced 1 in Halsbury's Laws of England

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