What Happens If My Debt Agreement Is Rejected

  • December 20, 2020
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Before you opt for a bankruptcy application or a debt contract, talk to a financial advisor. If you have the right to submit a proposal, Fox Symes will assist you in your documents and provide you with relevant information and documents that you must read and sign. We will need your help as you must provide us with information and documents. We`ll tell you what we need, and that includes copies of your current pay slips, bank statements, rent certificates or mortgage payments, etc. No, not all creditors need to agree. The majority of the value, i.e. 50.01% of the dollar of the creditors who vote and have the right to vote, must approve your proposal. If you do not misre serve all your debts or indicate that the debt is a common debt, that it has a guarantee, that it is secured/unsecured, or even that you do not divide the correct debt, these are just some of the reasons why the creditor may reject your proposal. You should keep in mind that your creditors may have access to information that you may not have disclosed to us. A debt contract (also known as Part IX Debt Agreement) is a formal way to settle most debts without going bankrupt. The first relevant date is the processing date, the date on which AFSA accepts your debt contract for processing and sends it to the creditors who will be put to the vote. 35 days from that date or 42 days, when the proposed debt contract is processed in December, is the last day of the vote.

This date is called the deadline. Bankruptcy is a legal status that is often taken into consideration if you are unable to pay off your debts because they are maturing. A debt contract is for people with lower incomes who cannot pay what they owe. But there are consequences. If you are unable to meet your debts, you may want to consider bankruptcy or an alternative to bankruptcy called the “debt agreement.” These are formal legal options that are available under the Bankruptcy Act 1966. A person or organization called a debt agreement manager would help you propose the agreement and then distribute your repayments to your creditors. A portion of each repayment is retained by the administrator of the debt contract as a management fee for the agreement. We do not present an agreement on the debt unless we believe it will be successful for all parties involved.

If your debt contract proposal is rejected for any reason, the administrator may be able to renegotiate the proposal with your creditors, provided you are able to offer a revised settlement of the debt agreements and accept all the revised terms. If you cannot accept a revised proposal for a debt agreement, you need to consider other ways to solve your debt problems. We can discuss other options at your disposal. A debtor who proposes a debt contract commits a bankruptcy. It is not the same as a bankruptcy. A debt contract is an alternative to bankruptcy, but as it falls under Part IX of the Bankruptcy Act, the proposal of a debt contract is considered a bankruptcy deed. Even if your proposed debt treaty has been rejected in the past, it is still possible to submit a new proposal. If your data has changed, your creditors may reconsider. The administrator you have chosen can have a big influence on the outcome of your debt agreement. Debt Busters has extensive experience in developing proposals for debt agreements.