He told the trustee that he has a less expensive car now and was certain he could afford the payment on a consumer proposal.
The trustee said that he would draw up a consumer proposal, incorporating what was discussed.
He told Jim that since Jim lived in BC, where there is a seize or sue law that the leasing company would probably not pick up the vehicle, at the request of Jim, because that would extinguish their right to sue Jim for non-payment of the lease.
The trustee advised Jim that he would advise the leasing company to pick up the vehicle.
The trustee emphasized to Jim that he must not drive the leased vehicle and must not make any payments on it since that would reaffirm the debt and Jim would be responsible for the lease payments.