13th Feb 2020
Summary: The conduct of a man adjudged bankrupt merited the making of a bankruptcy restrictions order. He had failed to disclose interests in two properties, understated his income and concealed, removed or destroyed books or records relating to his affairs. That was not mere inadvertence or misunderstanding but was part of an effort to frustrate the administration of his bankrupt estate. As a qualified solicitor and barrister there was no excuse for his failure to cooperate.