QUESTION ABOUT FILING OBJECTION TO DISCHARGE

May 7th, 2006 by Questions

CCRA FILE A STATEMENT OF CLAIM WITH TRUSTEE A MONTH AFTER MY BANKRUPTCY. I WENT BANKRUPT IN AUG. 2003. CCRA DID NOT FILE AN OBJECTION TO MY DISCHARGE UNTIL JAN 2006. AM I CORRECT THAT THIS FILING DOES NOT MEET THE LEGAL TIME REQUIREMENT FOR FILING AN OBJECTION ON THE BANKRUPT?

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May 08, 2006 at 11:09 pm, Barton Goth, GCO Inc. Bankruptcy Trustees said:

This largely depends on what took place during the course of your bankruptcy. However, the requirement for submitting an objection is not measured with respect to your date of bankruptcy but with respect to your application for discharge. So if you haven’t been discharged and the trustee provides the necessary notice to creditors, this could potentially be a very normal time to file an objection notice.

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