Consumer Proposals Rejected or Approved

June 15th, 2006 by Questions

This is an excellent website with very valuable information!
My understanding is that information on Consumer Proposals is public information. Is it possible for an individual to see proposals that have been approved or rejected – not anyone specific but in general. I live in BC

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One Response to “Consumer Proposals Rejected or Approved”



, Barton Goth, GCO Inc. Bankruptcy Trustees said:

There is only a small portion of information that is publicly available (i.e. name, date filed, date completed, total amount of debts) and for a fee anyone can access this through the Superintendent of Bankruptcy. However, it is very easy for a trustee to go through his files and give you a few concrete examples of proposals that have been successfully negotiated.

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