Overseas travel request form. Form to request permission to travel overseas while you are bankrupt.
Debtors - I am currently bankrupt
This page contains the forms and information sheets required if you have been made bankrupt by sequestration order.
Information a debtor must read before signing a declaration for bankruptcy or personal insolvency agreements.
If you believe your safety is at risk by publishing your address on the National Personal Insolvency Index (NPII) you may apply to have the address hidden.
Third party authority (TPA) form. A form giving permission for AFSA to contact parties regarding your bankruptcy.
Form 28 application for review of trustee remuneration. Debtors and creditors can use this form to apply for a review of a trustee’s remuneration.
Review of income application form. Complete this form if you would like to request a review of the assessment of your liability for income contributions.
Use this form if you would like to request a review of your trustee’s objection to your discharge from bankruptcy. For more information about appealing an objection to your discharge from bankruptcy see Can I Appeal?
Complete this form if you would like to apply for compensation for Detriment Caused by Defective Administration Scheme (CDDA Scheme).
To request confirmation that your bankruptcy has ended or you want to know when it’s expected to end complete this form.
It's important you include all your debts when applying for bankruptcy. If you’ve forgotten to include any debts, you must notify your trustee as soon as you become aware.
During bankruptcy, you must stay in contact with your trustee and inform them when your circumstances change.
One of your obligations when bankrupt is to keep your trustee informed of any changes in your income or employment.
Information a debtor must read before signing a debt agreement proposal. It will help you to be sure if a debt agreement is right for you.
If you believe you are entitled to money from a previous or current bankruptcy, personal insolvency agreement or debt agreement, you can use this form to apply to claim that money back.
When you submit this form, you must have the relevant supporting documents ready to attach.
For more information about completing the form and documents to attach see: Claiming unclaimed money under section 254 of the Bankruptcy Act 1966