Bankruptcy annulment

July 29th, 2008 by Questions

I filed for bankruptcy for a third time, two years ago. (mainly business debts) Right after I went into bankruptcy, I separated, could not find suitable employment and could not afford much. (even a place to live)Due to a very stressful situation, I have not kept in touch with my trustee or anyone else for that matter. However I am starting to get things together again. But today I received a notice from my trustee that he filed a annulment. What are my options now? Can the creditors now come back to collect and start over or do I file another bankruptcy?

Posted from: Nova Scotia

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July 30, 2008 at 9:35 am, Barton Goth - Goth & Company Inc. - Bankruptcy Trustees said:

It would be highly unusual that your trustee would have filed an annulment as this is very difficult to do and can only be done in very specific circumstances. It is more likely that your trustee arranged for a trustee discharge. Meaning that he is no longer responsible for the file, you are in bankruptcy without a trustee and with out legal protection from the courts.

If this is the case you need to contact your trustee and see what will be necessary to revive your file.

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