Who is Breaking The Law?

In fact, anyone who tries to collect those discharged debts from you after the bankruptcy is breaking the law. The courts are very serious when they enter your discharge order, stating that the debts are no longer valid against you. You now control your own actions, at least where these debts are concerned. Thus outs you on a stronger legal position than you might have been in for quite some time. Having a debt discharged in bankruptcy gives you the legal right not to pay it, but that may also give rise to some moral question. Just because your bankruptcy freed you from the legal responsibility to pay a debt, it doesn’t mean that you can’t pay the debt if you want to. You know, there are some people who take advantage of their privilege on their debts. Let us say, they will take payday loan and won’t pay the lender. When the lender asks for payment they will just declare that they are bankrupt. So, they will be free from the debt and the lender will have no power to ask payment. The lender here will be disgusted because it’s their business and could be cause of losing their business.

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