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September 2017 Canadian Bankruptcy Statistics

Canadian Bankruptcy Statistics are compiled for all insolvencies across Canada.   They are published each month by the Office of the Superintendent of Bankruptcy. NEWS FLASH! September 2017 Canadian Bankruptcy Statistics were released November 30, 2017 For the 12 months ended September 30, 2017 insolvencies

Records and documents required to file bankruptcy.

All the records and documents required to file bankruptcy are listed on the information form trustees require you to fill out before coming in for you initial consultation.  The trustee will also require you to swear an oath that everything stated on the information

How the Consumer Proposal Voting Process Works

How the Consumer Proposal Voting Process Works Debtors in Canada who are struggling to repay their debts may ask their creditors to reduce the amount they must repay by making a Consumer Proposal to their creditors. A Licensed Insolvency Trustee (the only debt professional who

What Happens to My Debts when I File for Bankruptcy in Canada?

What Happens to My Debts when I File for Bankruptcy in Canada? Many people considering bankruptcy wonder what will happen to their debts when they do go bankrupt. The answer to what happens to your debts when you file for bankruptcy can be complicated. While

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