Personal Insolvency Act 2012
Calling of creditors’ meeting.
106.— (1) Where a personal insolvency practitioner has prepared a proposal for a Personal Insolvency Arrangement and the debtor has consented to that proposal and the calling of a creditors’ meeting, the personal insolvency practitioner shall arrange for the holding of a meeting of the creditors of the debtor for the purpose of considering the proposal for a Personal Insolvency Arrangement.
(2) When calling a creditors’ meeting under this section, the personal insolvency practitioner shall do so in accordance with any regulations made under section 111 and, in any case, shall—
(a) give each creditor at least 14 days written notice of the meeting and the date on which, and time and place at which, the meeting will be held,
(b) ensure that the notice referred to in paragraph (a) is accompanied by a copy of each of the documents referred to in section 107, and
(c) lodge a copy of the notice referred to in paragraph (a) and the documents referred to in section 107 with the Insolvency Service.
(3) Where a creditors’ meeting referred to in subsection (1) does not take place before the expiry of the protective certificate, the Personal Insolvency Arrangement procedure shall be deemed to have come to an end.