Registrar in Bankruptcy in Ontario

Who is the Registrar in Bankruptcy?

Who is the Registrar in Bankruptcy in Ontario?

The Registrar in Bankruptcy in Ontario is a court official that sits in a judicial role in the Bankruptcy court on discharge hearings, bankruptcy and insolvency-related motions, and examinations of debtors, creditors, or other parties in relation to insolvency matters. . In some parts of Canada, insolvency lawyers sit as Registrars when required. In others, the Bankruptcy court has a dedicated, full-time Registrar. In Toronto, Ontario there are currently two dedicated case management Masters who perform the role of Registrar full time.

Registrars in Bankruptcy in Ontario were replaced by Masters. The Masters court is an internal division of the Superior Court of Justice.

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