What Does the OSB Do?
The OSB does the following tasks:
- Licenses, regulates, and supervises bankruptcy trustees.
- Maintains public records of bankruptcy proceedings.
- Investigates insolvency-related complaints.
- Reviews bankruptcy forms.
- Establishes the professional standards for the insolvency industry.
- Helps consumers find trustees when they need to go bankrupt but can’t afford the full cost of bankruptcy.
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