Sine die bankruptcy: how long does it remain on file?

November 4th, 2011 by Questions

I was in Alberta and had to declare bankruptcy, about 8 years ago. Due to unforeseen circumstances, I was forced to leave the province and was unable to fulfill the duties of my bankruptcy. My bankruptcy was adjourned “sine die”, and my tax refuns for the last 7 years (total in excess of the bankruptcy fees agreed to) have been held. How long can I expect this to go on for, and when, if ever, would the courts discharge the bankruptcy?

Posted from: Alberta


One Response to “Sine die bankruptcy: how long does it remain on file?”

, Barton Goth - Goth & Company Inc. -Trustee in Bankruptcy said:

You will remain an un-discharged bankrupt indefinitely until you go back to your original trustee and complete the process. A bankruptcy doesn’t simply disappear, you need to contact your trustee and get this rectified.

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