CCAA-The Companies' Creditors Arrangement Act (CCAA) is a federal law allowing insolvent corporations that owe their creditors in excess of $5 million to restructure their business and financial affairs. The main purpose of the CCAA is to enable financially distressed companies to avoid bankruptcy or foreclosure or seizure of assets while maximizing returns for their creditors and preserving both jobs and the company's value as a functioning business. CCAA proceedings are carried out under the supervision of the Court.
Generally, your creditor(s) may petition the probate court to commence a probate proceeding for your estate if you have left any assets. Then, the creditor can file a claim against the estate. If you die with no assets in your name, your creditors are out of luck.
A no win, no fee claim is an arrangement between you and your personal injury solicitor.
Creditors holding unsecured priority claims
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Bankruptcy is an extremely complex area of law. You should have the situation reviewed by the attorney who is handling the estate. Perhaps you could also contact the attorney who handled the bankruptcy to determine if the process was completed and if you could obtain a list of the creditors who were addressed in that proceeding.
The distribution shouldn't be made until the statutory period during which creditors can make a claim has expired. An executor must act efficiently and expeditiously in settling an estate. If you think things are not proceeding as quickly as they should then ask the executor and/or the attorney who is handling the estate for a status report. If you don't receive a prompt response then complain to the court. Depending on the complexity of the estate it can take a few months to two years or more to complete the probate proceeding.
Not sure what you are asking but insurance companies have the legal right do require proof of spending for claim settlement.
In a chapter 7, with a no-asset notice, no claim can be filed. In a chapter 13, all creditors should file a proof of claim within the time period provided.
The percentage paid to unsecured creditors in a Ch 13 is determined by your disposable income. Secured creditors get paid at 100%, house and car payments remain the same. What's left over gets paid out to those unsecured creditors who file proofs of claim. If a creditor does not file a claim, then that creditor does not get paid.
If you signed a Security Agreement, then your creditor has a secured claim on the collateral specified in the agreement.