The United Kingdom competent authority has extended the insolvency pads against the former Tennis Star Boris Becker (51) to twelve years. The Insolvency Service announced on Tuesday on the website of the UK government.
Accordingly, Becker up to 16 must. October 2031 to certain limitations for insolvent individuals in the UK. These include the obligation to inform a loan amount of approximately 580 euros, the lender about its Status, for example.
Becker's lawyer, Christian-Oliver Moser, the dpa news Agency informed, on request, Becker voted for "the extension of individual bankruptcy requirements to 2031 by mutual agreement the course". But that does not mean "that the entire personal bankruptcy procedure is extended to 2031".
A spokesman for the insolvency authority, said the dpa, Becker came up with the step of a possible court order previously. As a justification for the extension of the insolvency conditions, it was said, the three-time Wimbledon winner had not reported transactions from the time before and after the bankruptcy proceedings in the amount of the equivalent of around 5.2 million euros in properly.
Becker 2017 insolvent
Becker-attorney Moser has been noted, the former professional Tennis player I values the insolvency administrator has no assets "embezzled or concealed". He did not specify values for these assets, "to which he is entitled, however, in his view, even" – only too late.
Becker had been declared in 2017 by a British court for insolvent. Actually, the insolvency proceedings in the country can be completed after one year. In the summer, had shown Beckers asset managers after the auction of trophies and other memorabilia of the former Tennis professional is optimistic that the procedure can be completed soon. (chk/sda)
Created: 06.11.2019, 02:08 PM