This page provides you with information on the insolvency register of Scotland.
The Accountant in Bankruptcy site contains guidance and material on insolvency in Scotland. It provides:
The Register of Insolvencies of Scotland does not include details of company administrations.
The DAS Scotland website offers you advice on money and debt, material for approved money advisers, information on the debt arrangement scheme (a statutory scheme to manage repayments over a reasonable period, with protection from creditor action).
The Register of Insolvencies of Scotland is owned and maintained by the Accountant in Bankruptcy.
The DAS Register of Scotland provides information on approved and pending debt payment programmes. It also provides information on live moratoriums. The DAS Register is owned and maintained by the Accountant in Bankruptcy as part of their role as DAS administrator.
Access to the insolvency register of Scotland is free. A commercial daily data download is also available. For more information please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Access to the DAS Register is free.
The Scottish Register of Insolvencies is available on line.
The DAS register is available on line.
Searches of the Register of Insolvencies will return details of all ‘live’ bankruptcy cases, plus those that have been discharged in the past two years. In the case of protected trust deeds, the register will return details of ‘live’ cases, plus those discharged in the past year. Similarly, searches on receiverships or liquidations will return details of ‘live’ cases, plus those that ended in the past year.
Searches on moratoriums will show all live moratoriums. A moratorium is removed after 6 weeks or following the award of bankruptcy, protection of a trust deed, or approval of a DPP under DAS.
The site of the DAS Register site covers information on approved and pending debt payment programmes. It also provides information on live moratoriums.
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