US debt after Canada Proposal Filing
October 14th, 2007 by Questions
Can US debt collectors collect monies after Filing of a Consumer Proposal in Canada? and if so what happens if i do not pay them? i am a resident/legal resident of Canada but not the US. thanks
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October 15, 2007 at 7:42 am, A licensed trustee said:
A couple of quick things you need to answer:
1) did you list you US debts on your proposal documents when you filed with your Administrator?
2) did your Administrator send them the required notices and information?
From a legal standpoint, you are protected from repayment in Canada, but your debts still exist in the U.S. If you have assets or income in the U.S. in the future your U.S. creditors may pursue them.
Call your Administrator and they will help you sort this out.