student loan

March 9th, 2006 by Questions

i have recently been discharged from my bankruptcy. My student loans were not included in the bankruptcy. my question is with Bill C-55 being passed in late november (even though the changes will not come into effect unil June 06) which would hopefully change from 10 to seven years that you would have to wait to include a student loan in your bankruptcy. I would be out of school for seven years when the bill went through. would i be able to include my student loans in my past bankrutcy because the bill passed while i was bankrupt.


One Response to “student loan”

, Barton Goth, GCO Inc. Bankruptcy Trustees said:

While there are still a number of revisions and adjustments that need to be done, baring something significant, if you filed bankruptcy prior to Bill C-55 you will fall under the rules that existed at the time of filing your bankruptcy. So unfortunately based on the information available currently you will still be responsible for your student loans and currently I have no reason to believe this will change.

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