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by Helping Hand » Mon Oct 16, 2017 1:21 pm
Hi forum people, can you help me with the following please. My IVA was completed as a full and final in August 2012. My Completion certificate was issued on the 13 June 2013. With this in mind how do I answer the below question:

"Has not been subject to any bankruptcy proceedings or any form of insolvency or winding-up procedures (including administrative receivership) in the last 5 years"

If it was from August 2012, then I am covered. If it is classed from June 2013, my position is less clear.

SO, my question is also, what do they constitute as five years? Five whole years, spanning 5 years?

Any guidance would be appreciated and may be useful to other posters.

Many thanks

HH
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helping
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by helping » Mon Oct 16, 2017 2:36 pm
What date should I say my IVA completed? - Was it when I had my full and final accepted August 2012 or then June 2013 when my certificate was issued? I am asking because I am getting an insurance quote and it has asked me if I have been an IVA for the last 5 years.

Any advice appreciated.
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by Foggy » Mon Oct 16, 2017 2:49 pm
The official end date is the date on the completion certificate, until that is issued you are still in the IVA.
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by Ryan » Mon Oct 16, 2017 3:10 pm
Hi HH,

From a Mortgage perspective it would relate to either when the Completion certificate was issued or 6 years after the IVA began depending on the Lender - either way though I would suspect you would have to answer yes as it does mean 5 whole years.
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by Foggy » Mon Oct 16, 2017 3:36 pm
Topics merged.
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