Student Loans in Bankruptcy: Anonymous Questions and Answers


Student Loans and Bankruptcy in Canada

Current legislation on student loans in bankruptcy and proposed law changes

New Bankruptcy Laws Came into Effect on July 8, 2008

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Under current law, Canadian student loan debt can be discharged in a bankruptcy, under the condition that at least seven years has passed since the individual ceased to be a full-time student. This is an improvement to previous legislation in which you would need to wait ten years in order to discharge your student loan in a bankruptcy proceedings.

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You can also contact a trustee for a consultation: your first meeting will be free of charge or obligation, and will deal exclusively with your personal circumstances.

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Posted on Thursday, October 29, 2009
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