Frequently Asked Questions about Online Application for No-objection Letter

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A:This online service is available for those bankruptcy cases in which the Official Receiver acts as the trustee. Discharged bankrupt of the relevant cases can use this online service to apply for the No-objection Letter.
A:You can visit GovHK to submit your online application to the Official Receiver’s Office.
A:Free of charge.
A:Staff of the Official Receiver’s Office (ORO) would contact you by phone or email as provided in your application if there is any issue concerning your application. Please make sure that you are reachable at the contact phone number / email address provided. Once the application is approved, ORO would issue the No-objection Letter to you by email. You as the applicant should print out the No-objection Letter and bring it to the High Court Registry to make your application for the certificate of discharge.
A:Under normal circumstances, you would receive the No-objection Letter from ORO by email within 10 working days.
A:You should print the No-objection Letter and bring it to the High Court Registry at Lower Ground Floor 1 (LG1) of the High Court Building to apply for the certificate of discharge. For details, please refer to our leaflet of Bankruptcy : How to get a certificate of discharge and Guidance Notes for applying a certificate of discharge (97KB) published by the Judiciary.
A:If you have lost your certificate of discharge issued by the Court, please contact the Court directly for assistance. There is no need for you to re-submit the application for the No-objection Letter to the Official Receiver's Office.
A:For bankruptcy cases in which the Official Receiver is not the trustee, please contact your trustee direct.
A:The enquiry hotline of the Official Receiver's Office is 2867 2448. For enquiries, you may call our hotline during office hours, i.e. 8:30 am to 5:45 pm from Monday to Friday, except public holidays.