Does the Certificate of Good Conduct state if someone is bankrupt?

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asked on Mar 1, 2017 at 20:50
edited on Mar 13, 2017 at 04:58
I am a Malaysian, in the process of being declared bankrupt by a bank for my personal loan. My CTOS report states the bankrupt notice issue and thanks to a fellow of this community I get to know the date of my hearing, which will be on June 2017.

I'm living overseas since 2009, married to a local here, I'm not working, I don't have the means to pay off my debt which is more than RM80k. I want to submit my citizenship application in the country that I'm living now, in October 2017, and I need to submit the certificate of good conduct as one of the needed documents.

1. I was wondering if anybody knows what type of criminal data does the Malaysian government searches for to declare that an individual is all good in that certificate 

2. Do they state that an individual is bankrupt in that certificate 

3. How long does it take to update an individual's bankrupt status to all the government bodies in Malaysia as my timing is off by a few months. Hearing date in June and submitting citizenship application in October

If anybody has some in sights in my case, I would really be grateful. Thank you very much.
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answered on Mar 1, 2017 at 21:30
edited Mar 13, 2017 at 05:05
Do they state that an individual is bankrupt in that certificate?

Enquire at this place:
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answered on Mar 2, 2017 at 02:56

Ahhh thanks! For the link and also for all your help, info and views.

I've emailed them and hopefully they will respond, with a positive answer.

Will share the info here as soon as I got a reply.

Thanks again.
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answered on Mar 4, 2017 at 01:20
For anybody interested, here is the reply that I got.

"Kindly be informed that Certificate of Good Conduct  and Police Criminal Record is the same which mean certificate is based on examination of a criminal record or record of offenses involving criminal charge."
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