refusal To Recognize Bankruptcy

July 17th, 2007 by Questions

Hi, I filed personal bankruptcy in 2006. One of my creditors has refused to recognize this. I am not sure exactly what this means for me – as if I would have had money I would have paid it. Is there anything that I can do?


One Response to “refusal To Recognize Bankruptcy”

, Barton Goth GCO Bankruptcy Trustees said:

Firstly, a creditor cannot just refuse to recognize a bankruptcy. There are only a very few types of creditors who are not cleared in a bankruptcy or a proposal.

My first recomendation would be to confirm that this creditor was listed on your original documents. Then I would discuss this with your original trustee.

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