Creditor Opposition from bankruptcy
September 11th, 2006 by Questions
I am approaching an automatic discharge from my first bankruptcy and I have a question about creditor opposition. Under what circumstances can a creditor oppose a discharge? I have completed all my requirements (councilling, statements, surplus payments etc). I have received no information regarding a potential opposistion, but I am just curious. The bulk of the debt was to Revenue Canada. Can they still oppose the discharge even though I have completed the requirements? What is the process for opposing a discharge? Do they simply tell the trustee and he in turn will inform me?