In bankruptcy, are you allowed to sue?

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In bankruptcy, are you allowed to sue?In bankruptcy, are you allowed to sue?

I was wrongfully terminated, and do not have the ability to use the Labour board for a hearing.

Is there a stipulation, within the bankruptcy act, that I cannot sue for my job back and damages?

I would sue for wrongful dismissal.

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You can sue while in bankruptcy, however, any damages would go to the trustee for the benefit of the creditors.

You might want to talk to a lawyer about whether you can sue for wrongful termination once you have become an undischarged bankrupt, in which case you can keep awards you receive if you win the case.

The only exemptions from seizure are set out in your province’s exemptions.

https://bankruptcycanada.com/bankruptcyexemptions.htm

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