Lein on house after being released

October 7th, 2012 by Questions

One of my creditors that was covered in my bankruptcy put a Lien on my home after I was released from bankruptcy. How do I get this lien fixed?

Posted from: Ontario


One Response to “Lein on house after being released”

, A licensed trustee said:

You should contact the trustee that handled your bankruptcy – you may then be told to hire a lawyer to “go after” the creditor for their mistake, if they won’t correct it.

Trustees are not lawyers and they do not represent you. I am sure your trustee will send a letter setting out what this creditor has done wrong, but if the creditor doesn’t co-operate you may have to take them to Court.

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