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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.
Practitioners can use this form when paying amounts to the Commonwealth pursuant to subsection 254(2) of the Bankruptcy Act 1966.
Form 21 supervised account notice (SAN). A notice advising to open a supervised account.
Form 20 supervised account notice (SAN) determination. A notice advising a bankrupt that a supervised account regimes applies to her or him.
Form 26 application for surrender of registration as a registered debt agreement administrator (RDAA). A form to surrender registration as a debt agreement administrator.
This page contain additional pages for temporary debt protection (TDP).
Third party authority (TPA) form. A form giving permission for AFSA to contact parties regarding your bankruptcy.
Form 12 trustee consent to act declaration. A form for trustees to consent to act as sole, joint and joint & several trustees.
Form 33 - Trustee notification to the Inspector-General of significant and other events. Trustees can use this form to notify the Inspector-General of an event such as a change in registration details.
Form 29 application for approval of trustee remuneration. Trustees can use this form to apply to the Inspector General to approve remuneration.
Form 34 - Trustee requests to the Inspector-General relating to registration
Form 2 trustee’s account of receipts and payments. A form for accounting for receipts and payments.
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: Claim unclaimed money.
One of your obligations when bankrupt is to keep your trustee informed of any changes in your income or employment.
During bankruptcy, you must stay in contact with your trustee and inform them when your circumstances change.