One time settlement !

March 28th, 2007 by Questions

I have recently proposed to my financial institution a one time payment to settle my loans which are now in default. I am anxiously awaiting there response.

Is this in fact, considered a legal consumer proposal, or do I have to make a proposal through a licenced trustee

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One Response to “One time settlement !”



March 28, 2007 at 7:28 pm, A licensed trustee said:

This is not a consumer proposal – you have simply attempted to negotiate a settlement on your debt. Bringing in a trustee to make this a consumer proposal only makes sense if you have other debts that you need to deal with – if you only owe the one place and they accept your deal, you should be okay. If you have other debts, then you may want to speak to a trustee before you finalize this deal – it may be that you can clean up everything in one shot by filing a consumer proposal.

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