Bankruptcy and Insolvency General Rules

Version of section 68 from 2006-03-22 to 2007-03-21:

  •  (1) Unless the court orders otherwise, a trustee shall keep, for at least four years after the date of the trustee’s discharge, the books, records and documents relating to the administration of that estate.

  • (2) Unless the court orders otherwise, the trustee shall, after being discharged, send to the latest known address of the debtor, bankrupt or officer of the bankrupt corporation, a written notice, unless there is a written waiver giving up the right to be notified, that they or their representative may, within the 30 days following the sending of the notice, take back any of the debtor’s or bankrupt’s books, records and documents to which subsection (1) does not apply.

  • (3) Where no person has taken back the books, records and documents within 30 days after the sending of the notice or the giving of the waiver referred to in subsection (2), the trustee may dispose of them.

  • (4) Documents on which a solicitor has a lien shall be returned to the solicitor on completion of the administration of the estate to which the documents relate.

  • SOR/98-240, s. 1
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