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ENF 10.12 The FSA's arrangements for notification of petitions and other documents

ENF 10.12.1G

ENF 10.12.2 G to ENF 10.12.4 G contain information for insolvency practitioners and others about sending copies of petitions, notices and other documents to the FSA, and about making reports to the FSA. Insolvency practitioners and others have duties to give that information and those documents to the FSA under various sections in Part XXIV of the Act (Insolvency). ENF 10.12.2 G identifies the relevant sections of the Act and paragraphs of ENF 10.11 that explain some of the duties.

ENF 10.12.2G

Insolvency regime and relevant sections of the Act and ENF 10.11

Insolvency regime

Relevant sections of the Act and paragraphs of ENF 10.11

Administration

Sections 361 and 362(3) - see ENF 10.11.1 G and ENF 10.11.3 G

Compulsory winding up

Sections 369, 370, and 371(3) - see ENF 10.11.7 G, ENF 10.11.8 G and ENF 10.11.10 G

Voluntary liquidation

Section 365(4) - see ENF 10.11.13 G

Receivership

Sections 363(4) and 364 - see ENF 10.11.18 G and ENF 10.11.20 G

Bankruptcy and sequestration

Sections 373 and 374(3) - see ENF 10.11.21 G and ENF 10.11.22 G

Company moratoria

Paragraph 44 of schedule A1 to the 1986 Act - see ENF 10.11.24 G (1)

Individual voluntary arrangements

Section 357(3) - not in ENF 10.11 - relates to notices of the result of the creditors' meetings.

Trust deeds for creditors

Section 358(2)(a) and (b) - not in ENF 10.11 - relates to copies of trust deeds and copies of certain other documents of information sent to creditors.

Section 358(4) - not in ENF 10.11 - relates to notices of any meeting of creditors held in relation to the trust deed.

ENF 10.12.3G

Unless ENF 10.12.4 G applies, the information and documents identified in ENF 10.12.2 G should be sent to the Financial Services Authority, 25 The North Colonnade, Canary Wharf, London E14 5HS marked 'Insolvency Information'. If the person who is subject to the insolvency regime ('the insolvent person') is an authorised person, the information and documents should, in the first instance, be addressed to the insolvent person's supervisory contact at the FSA (if known).

ENF 10.12.4G

This paragraph applies if the insolvent person is an authorised person and the sender of the information or documents knows that the insolvent person's supervisory contact operates from Edinburgh. In this case information or documents should, in the first instance, be sent to the Financial Services Authority, Sutherland House, 108-114 Dundas Street, Edinburgh EH3 5DQ.