B9A: Chapter 7 Single or Community debtor No case of assets: this bankruptcy form must be filed by an individual or collective debtor who files under Chapter 7 and does not claim any assets. The bankruptcy form is amended as follows: Part I introductory instruction is amended to give debtors the choice to submit separate forms if they feel they are required by . 707 B). C) bankruptcy law. This form will also be amended to add an instruction to Line 8 to clarify that only a common spinr should report regular payments to another person for budgetary expenses. Form 22A is also amended in several places to remove references to “household” and “household size” and replace it with “number of people” or “family size.” (for lines 19A, 19B, 20A and 20B) If approved, this form will come into effect on December 1, 2010. B9I: Chapter 13: This bankruptcy form must be filed by a debtor applying for Chapter 13. B3B: Request for waiver The deposit tax covered in Chapter 7: A debtor who, at the time of filing a Chapter 7, cannot pay the entire deposit tax and cannot pay the deposit tax in increments must be filled. A judge waives the tax if the debtor meets certain income conditions and cannot pay the tax in increments.
In the event of a joint insolvency application, both spouses must provide the requested information on the application form. In addition to this comprehensive offer with complete descriptions of each bankruptcy form, you can use our simple drop-down menu to quickly access the insolvency forms you need in the Resources section of your Fresh Today account. Don`t have an account? Sign up for free! B6: Statement on the debtor`s plans: Is used by the debtor to declare, by registering perjury, that all the indications contained in the debtor`s plans are true and accurate. Penalties for my perjury include the loss of a bankruptcy, a $500,000 fine and/or up to 5 years in prison. B3A: Application and order for the payment of the deposit tax in installments: This bankruptcy form is for the debtor to apply for authorization to pay the registration fee in installments. When the debtor is awarded, the debtor is prohibited from awarding compensation to a lawyer or other person for the benefits provided in the bankruptcy proceedings. The final payment must be made no later than 120 days after the petition is filed. However, the court may extend the time of a case rate and provided that the final instalment is paid no later than 180 days after the petition is filed. If the debtor does not pay a rate when due, the bankruptcy case may be dismissed. If your expenses are higher than your income, there is a “presumption of unjustified hardness.”