September 15th, 2009 by Questions
I have been reading several submissions whereby some trustee`s oppose discharge where there is excess surplus payments causing the bankrupt to pay for additional months while others don`t and an automatic discharge is granted. Why does this happen in some cases and not others? What can a bankrupt do other than abide by the responsibilities they have during the nine months of bankruptcy to ensure the discharge is not opposed by the Trustee. I read too that the rules will change come September 18th to add some definition and clarification to those choosing the bankruptcy route.
Posted from: Ontario