A U.S. Bankruptcy Confirmation Agreement refers to an agreement between a creditor and the debtor who waives debt forgiveness of a debt that would otherwise be released in ongoing bankruptcy proceedings. A confirmation agreement duly signed and submitted in good time amends the discharge in such a way that it becomes unusable in relation to the debt in question. Most of the legal powers for confirming agreements are codified in 11 U.S.C§ 524(c). Part E is the debtor`s application for court approval and must be signed by debtors who are not represented by a lawyer. Incorrect confirmation agreements A confirmation agreement is considered defective and will be concluded if: • it is not filed on official form 240 A (1/07) or if • the debtor and / or creditor does not sign any of the required parts of the agreement. You need to understand what a confirming agreement is.