STATUTE OF LIMITATIONS

November 27th, 2009 by Questions

IN 2003 I FILED FOR BANKRUPTCY WITH A TRUSTEE, IT`S NOW OVER 6 YEARS (2009) I HAVE NOT BEEN DISCHARGED FROM BANKRUPTCY. IN 2004 I HIRED A LAWYER TO DEAL WITH THE TRUSTEE TO HANDLE THE COURT PROCEEDINGS ETC. BUT THE LAWYER COULD NOT DEAL WITH THE TRUSTEE AS THE TRUSTEE WOULD NOT CORRESPOND TO HIS LETTERS AND DUE TO MOUNTING LEGAL FEES I WAS FORCED TO CANCEL MY LAWYER. .

Posted from: Ontario

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November 29, 2009 at 7:56 am, A licensed trustee said:

I am sorry to tell you this, but there is no statute of limitations on bankruptcy. You volunatrily assigned yourself into bankruptcy to deal with your debts and by not completing the procedure properly you’ve left yourself in financial limbo.

The only way to have your bankruptcy compelted now is o return to Court and ask the Court for your discharge. You may do this by yourself, by hiring a lawyer, or by dealing with your trustee. A wod of caution – at some point you have to deal with the trustee – the Court will ask your trustee if you have complied with the Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act and if you have not then you will not be discharged.

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