What Does Bankruptcy “Discharge” Mean in Canada?
Bankruptcy discharge is simply defined as the last step of bankruptcy in Canada. Once you have completed all of the requirements, your bankruptcy trustee will ask the Court to discharge you from your bankruptcy. When you’re “discharged from bankruptcy,” you’re released from your obligations and the bankruptcy process is complete.
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