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What happens when a consumer proposal is accepted?
But, once your creditors accept your proposal terms, you can make additional payments or pay the balance off any time. The sooner you complete your proposal, the sooner the recovery process begins. You can defer up to two payments. If this happens your debts are reinstated, and you lose your creditor protection.
How much do you pay in a consumer proposal?
A consumer proposal can only be put together and administered by a licensed bankruptcy trustee and costs around $1,500 to file. You’ll pay an initial setup fee, and if it’s accepted by your creditors and approved by the courts, you’ll have to pay the balance to move forward.
What is a customer proposal?
A consumer proposal is a legally binding debt settlement agreement between you and your creditors. You work with a Licensed Insolvency Trustee to determine how much debt you can reasonably afford to pay back.
Can you keep your house with a consumer proposal?
When you file a consumer proposal, you can keep your home as long as you continue to make monthly mortgage payments. A mortgage lender cannot foreclose on your home unless you are behind on your payments. They also cannot change the terms of your mortgage just because you filed a consumer proposal.
How does a consumer proposal work?
A consumer proposal is a legal solution designed to settle your debt by repaying a fraction of what is owed to your creditors, interest-free, without losing any of your assets. A consumer proposal includes a repayment plan that can significantly reduce your debts up to 70% saving you from the burden of dealing with the full amount of debt.
What happens to debt in a consumer proposal?
Once you file your consumer proposal, your debt will cease accumulating interest – at least until such time as the proposal is rejected. As long as you and your trustee put together a suitable proposal, however, the chances of a final rejection are quite low.
How do you write a loan proposal?
Organizing Your Loan Proposal Ask what format the lender prefers. Write an executive summary. Give more business details. Give specifics about the sum you are requesting. Talk about what you expect from them. Tell them what you have to offer. Give financial statements. Tell them your equity. Project your earnings.
What is a credit proposal?
A consumer credit proposal deals with unsecured creditors and can eliminate almost all unsecured debts including: credit card debts, bank loans, payday loans, tax debts, and certain student loan debt.