Reopening a bankruptcy file

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If I choose to go to my trustee and reopen my 20-year-old bankruptcy file (it was adjourned) will I only owe the trustee the amount of the fees unpaid from the original $1400 I owed him? Or will they calculate my income into account for the last 20 years and expect back pay? PS. I know there is also a charge to reopen my file I’m not asking about that.

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If you decide to reopen an old bankruptcy file, they will only want what you originally owed them plus the cost to open the file.

You can discuss this with a trustee.

  • Earl Sands, Licensed Insolvency Trustee (LIT) Bankruptcy Canada
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