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Criminal Fines

Are criminal fines written off in a bankruptcy or proposal?

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Under provincial legislation in Manitoba there is an exemption for what is called “tools of trade.” As a mechanic you would be eligible for this exemption on your tools up to a value of $7,500.

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A comment on the number of bankruptcy and proposal filings in Canada over the last twelve months.

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Recent Changes in Bankruptcy Law may affect those with student loans owing, even if they filed before the changes were made.

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What happens in the case when one of the spouses gets a job in the USA after a period of no employment and the other spouse does not want to follow and declares bankruptcy. Are the laws the sames in the US as they are in BC?

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Exempt Assets in Alberta - How does the Bankruptcy Process Work?

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I own my home with my wife, we are both are on title and we live there with our 2 young children. What will happen to my home,furniture,clothing,toys,computer etc. if I file for personal bankrupcy due to unpayable business loans?

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I have seen people being referred to as a former bankrupt. How has that information been made public?

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My question is......I have Power of Attorney over someone. Can I declare personal bankruptcy on behalf of that person?

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A description of the process an individual goes through when filing bankruptcy with MNP in Saskatchewan.

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