Bankruptcy Advice Blog

Yes, it is possible for a bankruptcy trustee to oppose your bankruptcy discharge. Your discharge could also be opposed by either a creditor or the Superintendent of Bankruptcy. Most oppositions to a bankruptcy discharge in Ontario happen because the bankrupt did not complete their required duties. In fact, the trustee has an obligation to oppose the discharge if you do not do all that is required under the Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act. Although you may have originally sought out the services of a trustee in bankruptcy at the start of a bankruptcy process, it’s important to remember that the trustee is appointed to ensure the rules of the bankruptcy are fairly followed by all parties involved.

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