Part of obtaining your discharge is attending these 2 required credit and bankruptcy counselling sessions. They may be with your trustee or they may be with someone they designate. The first session is in about the second month of your bankruptcy process and the second session will be scheduled at about the sixth month.
Everyone who conducts bankruptcy counselling sessions must be licensed through the Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act, and have obtained the RQIC designation. This means that they are a “Registered and Qualified Insolvency Counsellor.” Obtaining the license requires writing and passing an exam and then gaining at least 100 hours of supervised bankruptcy counselling experience.
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Continue on to steps 8-9: The Bankruptcy Discharge Process is Commenced Once you meet the discharge requirements and make any surplus payments the OSB will grant you automatic, conditional or suspended discharge and give you a certificate of bankruptcy discharge. If you do not meet the requirements discharge can be refused.
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