Form 3 statement of affairs. Complete for involuntary bankruptcy and to apply for voluntary bankruptcy.
Debtors - I can't pay my debts
This page contains the forms and information sheets required to apply for bankruptcy.
This page contains the forms and information sheets required if you have been made bankrupt by sequestration order.
This page contain the forms and information sheets required to apply for a declaration of intention (DOI) to present debtor’s petition.
This page contains the forms and information sheets required to propose a personal insolvency agreement.
Form 6 debtor’s petition (DP, debtors petition) including instruction sheet. This is the one of the forms you need to apply to become bankrupt. You need to submit a debtor's petition form with a completed statement of affairs form.
Form 4 statement of affairs (SOA) under Part XI (deceased estates).
Additional SOA form pages. Separate pages for the addition of extra information in Form 3 statement of affairs are available for download and printing. For bankruptcy applications, declaration of intention to present a debtor’s petition, sequestration order bankruptcies and personal insolvency agreements.
Information a debtor must read before signing a declaration for bankruptcy or personal insolvency agreements.
Secondary table of acceptable forms of identification (for bankruptcy).
Complete this form if you would like to apply for compensation for Detriment Caused by Defective Administration Scheme (CDDA Scheme).
Declaration of intention to present a debtor’s petition (DOI). Forms, instructions and information for declarations of intention to present a debtor's petition (intention to apply for bankruptcy).
Complete this form (form 36) if you wish to appoint a proxy to vote at a meeting of creditors, and provide it to the trustee at (or preferable before) the meeting.
Submit this form (Form 38) to notify us of a creditor meeting.
To enable the trustee to make an assessment of your ability to vote and the value of your vote you need to complete this form.
This statement of claim needs to be given to the trustee at (or preferably before) the meeting of creditors.
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.