Superintendent of Bankruptcy

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The Superintendent of Bankruptcy is a Canadian government position charged to ensure that bankruptcies and insolvencies in Canada are conducted in a fair and orderly manner.

Whether you are a debtor (you owe money), a creditor (you are owed money) or a trustee (someone who administers bankruptcies and insolvencies), our goals are equally simple: to make the bankruptcy and insolvency process easier for you to understand and provide you with the information you need to best manage your situation.[1]

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  1. ^ http://strategis.ic.gc.ca/epic/internet/inbsf-osb.nsf/en/home Office of the Superintendent of Bankruptcy Website