file for bankruptcy from other countries

November 19th, 2006 by Questions

Can i file for bankruptcy from other countries


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, Barton Goth, GCO Inc. Bankruptcy Trustees said:

While it is often possible, it typically isn’t necessary as most creditors will not be able to do significant to collect on the debts in question due to the substantial cost involved in working across boarders. However, if you are trying to clear things up so that when you return to Canada you don’t have to worry about these outstanding debts, then you are best to contact a licensed trustee in the Canadian city you last lived in and see if they would request permission from the Superintendent to act on your behalf.

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