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A consumer proposal is a formal, legally binding process you make with your creditors to pay back a percentage of what is owed to them or extend the time you have to pay off the debts, or both. It protects you from creditors’ harassing phone calls, garnishments, and legal threats.Learn more about consumer proposalsarrow_forward
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A proposal can be refused, but if it’s reasonable, your creditors are likely to accept it. If a majority of your creditors feel that your consumer proposal is not reasonable, they may reject it...
In a proposal, creditors file a proof of claim with the trustee. The trustee then validates and accepts the claims, with each dollar of debt representing one vote....
If a creditor votes against your proposal but does not request a meeting of creditors, the vote is not taken into consideration. If a creditor does request a meeting of creditors...