Trustee discharge when the bankrupt person is NOT discharged
September 19th, 2011 by Questions
I received a notice that my trustee intends to apply for a discharge, even though I have not been discharged. I have not made all my payments yet. Can the trustee ask for a dischrge even if I have not finished paying? Can I oppose the trustees discharge?
Calculation of excess income – the amount I was order to pay was $4870.00, for conditional discharge. The trustee received $2960.50 from post tax refunds and $600.00 in payments from me. There was $4.38 in interest attributed to the money held for a total of $3564.88. (money to be distrubuted)
Does this mean that the total left owing to meet my obligation for conditional discharge is now $1305.12?
The trustee orginally agreed to a payment scheduled thaat would have had the $4780.00 paid in full by DEC. 2011 – but it appears they have jumped forward and are now trying to get themsleves discharged before I complete my payments. How can I stop this from happening? The date of the letter for the 30 day notice to creditors who oppose is SEPT 8th, 2011. If I pay the $1305.12 before OCT. 8th, 2011 will this change the trustees request for discharge? Would the trustee now have to re-evalutate?
Also on the Didvident sheet, my student loan debt is missing a very large sum of money $50,000+ which was the reason for filing this second bankruptcy – why is it missing?
Posted from: Ontario
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