March 15th, 2013 by Questions

After Credit Proposal is completed and I receive my discharge, can I be forced to satisfy any judgements registered prior to my application for credit ptoposal?

Posted from: Nova Scotia


One Response to “judgements”

, A licensed trustee said:

If th debnt was for something that survives bankruptcy (these are listed in Section 178 of the Act) then the judgment may be enforceable.. For all other judgments the answer is no.

Call your trustee and ask them whether or not this particular debt survives. If it doesn’t then send the creditor (or lawyer) a registered letter advises them of the proposals completion and the fact you will take them to Court if they don’t cease and desist. Of course if they don’t you will need to follow through with your threat and go to Court to stop them… The goods news, they will have to pay your legal costs.

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