Gita Dilip Unadkat was made bankrupt on 30th June at St. Albans County Court

Public Notice

Gita Dilip Unadkat was declared bankrupt on June 30th, 2014 by St. Albans County Court. She is the wife of Dilip Dharamshi Unadkat. She is originally ( Gita Ruparellia) from Masaka. Her house was repossessed on 25th Feb 2014.Gita Unadkat6

She has stated in a written statement in court that her husband is a fraudster.

In a written statement in September 2014 she claims to be a house wife for last 25 years. For a house wife to have incurred £3,000,000 of debts, obtain a mortgage of £1,8000,000 and director and share holder of 35 companies liquideted needs serious investigation


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Proposal   IVA docs 

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  1. How many more Creditors are out there that we may not be aware of?
  2. Who was running the companies when his wife was a director? He was disqualified as director for Five years. Was he acting as shadow Director for his wife’s companies?
  3. All the companies that were dissolved, were correct procedure followed. For example were creditors informed?
  4. Are there any other people involved with his activities.
  5. Most important questions is this. In the last few years he has dishonoured  £710,000 cheques and there are about £700,000 charges on his wife’s property. Where has the all the money gone? 
  6. Is he paying tax on the amount he has conned? Does he declare on his tax return?
  7. If he claims that he has not got any money so where is he getting money to pay is mortgage  and his solicitors fees?
  8. When he represents his wife in court, does he have his wife’s consent to represent her?

Tricks that he uses to Con people

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  2. He always keeps smily face.
  3. He will brag about his £20,000,000 portfolio registered offshore.
  4. He never answers his phone when someone calls him.
  5. He keeps more than one phone. One phone for people he has conned and other for his new victim so he can answer that phone.
  6. His favourite  phrases are ” Done a big deal today” , Money will hit you account later today or tomorrow” “My brother has £80,000,0000 portfolio.
  7. “I have been diagnosed with cancer and due to go into surgery tmrw” These are his EXACT words. That another phase.
  8. ” I did not take your money to Conn you”
  9. ” If you tell him ” I am vegetarian” he will say the same.  If you say ” I eat Fish” he will say he does as well. Basically he will make you feel that your interest are same has his and you start trusting him.
  10. If he has arranged to meet you to pay you than most of the time he does not turn up and never sends an apology.

Dilip in his own words about his religious beliefs.

On 25 Nov 2011, half an hour before I transferred the £45,000 to Gitaben’s  account to pay their mortgage arrears,  Dilip promised not to Gamble, or invest in shares and take any risk. He let me record this and said If he broke the promice  I could show this to the public. Here is the Video recorded in my own house in Cardiff.

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Information from Government website.

When do your bankruptcy restrictions end?

Bankruptcy usually lasts for 12 months from the date that the court made you bankrupt. After this time, your bankruptcy and the bankruptcy restrictions usually come to an end. However, the restrictions can continue for 2 to 15 years after your bankruptcy ends if careless, criminal or dishonest behaviour were the main causes of your bankruptcy.

Reporting on the causes of your bankruptcy

After you have been made bankrupt, the Official Receiver (the court’s bankruptcy officer) will write a report on the causes of your bankruptcy. The report will help the Official Receiver identify any careless or dishonest behaviour. Examples of this include:

  • being bankrupt for the second time in six years
  • selling your assets for less than their real value – for example, your home or car
  • providing false information to get credit – for example, on an application form for a loan
  • taking on debts you knew you could not repay – for example, credit card debts
  • carrying on a business when you knew you could not repay your business debts

To help the Official Receiver write their report, you will be asked to provide copies of:

  • bank statements
  • letters to and from your creditors (people you owe money to)
  • financial application forms – for example, for overdrafts, loans or credit cards

You must co-operate with the Official Receiver and provide the information they ask for. Failure to provide the information can lead to further court action.

How the bankruptcy restrictions can be extended

The bankruptcy restrictions will continue after your bankruptcy ends if the court agrees with the findings of the Official Receiver’s report. This report must be sent to the court by the Official Receiver within 12 months of your bankruptcy being made. After this time, the court will not accept their request.

There are three steps in the process.

Step one: the Official Receiver will send you a copy of their report. You have 14 days to confirm you have received it. You can do this by writing to the court that dealt with your bankruptcy or going there in person.

Step two: the Official Receiver will ask you to agree to continue with the bankruptcy restrictions after your bankruptcy ends.

If you agree, you will not have to go to court and the length of time the bankruptcy restrictions continue for may be reduced. This type of agreement is called a Bankruptcy Restrictions Undertaking.

If you don’t agree, you will have to go to court. The Official Receiver will ask the court to issue an order continuing the restrictions. This order is called aBankruptcy Restrictions Order. You should get independent legal advice if you go to court.–