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Creditors' guides to fees

Creditors' guides are available from the IPA website at https://insolvency-practitioners.org.uk/regulation-and-guidance/creditors-guides-to-fees/.

These provide information on the bases on which insolvency practitioners' remuneration is fixed in a format suitable for making creditors aware of the relevant legislative provisions. They also explain creditors' rights to seek further information about and challenge the level of remuneration, disbursements and other expenses.


Additional Downloads

Link Description
Download The Straightforward Consumer IVA Protocol (Oct 2016 Onwards)
These work alongside the standard conditions available below
Download Standard Conditions for Protocol Individual Voluntary Arrangements (Sept 2016 Onwards)
Download The Straightforward Consumer IVA Protocol (Jan 2014 - Sept 2016)
These work alongside the standard conditions available below
Download Standard Conditions for Protocol Individual Voluntary Arrangements (Jan 2014 - Aug 2016)
Download Standard Conditions for Non-Protocol Individual Voluntary Arrangements (Jan 2013 Onwards)
Download In Debt - Dealing with your creditors
Download Is a Voluntary Arrangement Right For Me
Download Provision of Services Regulations Summary Sheet for Bridgewood Financial Solutions Limited
Download Bridgewood Financial Solutions Limited - Fee Policy

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