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Corporate Recovery: Put down British roots before applying for bankruptcy

British bankruptcy remains a viable option for Irish nationals - assuming that they have a bona fide claim for having moved to Her Majesty's realm.

24th February, 2013

Despite some recent high-profile failures of attempts by Irish people (notably Sean Quinn) to declare themselves bankrupt in the UK, the reality is that UK bankruptcy remains a viable option for Irish nationals - assuming that they have a bona fide claim for having moved to Her Majesty's realm.

"UK bankruptcy is a viable option for Irish citizens, subject to whether or not they can genuinely establish - and legitimately show - a "centre of...

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