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Bankruptcy Term Debts not Released by Order of Discharge

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Canada Debt has the definition to the bankruptcy and debt term Debts not Released by Order of Discharge. Finding answers to terms such as Debts not Released by Order of Discharge can be difficult, especially if there is more than one definition which is why we have created a page dedicated to financial terms dealing exclusively with debt. Debts not Released by Order of Discharge in financial terms means...

In debt and bankruptcy terms, the phrase / term 'Debts not Released by Order of Discharge' is used as follows:

These are found in subsection 178(1) of the Act. They include: an award for damages in respect of an assault; a claim for alimony, or for support of a spouse or child; a debt arising out of fraud; any court fine; or debts or obligations for student loans when the bankruptcy occurs while the debtor is still a student or within ten years after the bankrupt has ceased to be a student.