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For bankrupts who do not qualify for the automatic discharge, the trustee is required within one year from the beginning of the bankruptcy to apply to the court for a hearing of the application for a discharge.The court official has several options from which to choose. At the hearing, the court decides whether to postpone the hearing to a later date, refuse the discharge, or issue any of the following orders:@ order of absolute dischargeOrder of absolute discharge which relieves the bankrupt of the debts incurred before the bankruptcy, except for the exceptions provided in the Act.@ order of conditional dischargeOrder of conditional discharge where certain conditions must be met before an absolute order of discharge is issued.@ order of suspended dischargeOrder of suspended discharge where the court orders a delay before the discharge becomes effective. (Dictionary of Canadian Bankruptcy Terms)@
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discharge — [dis chärj′; ] also, & for n., usually [ dis′chärj΄] vt. discharged, discharging [ME dischargen < OFr descharger < VL * discarricare, to unload < L dis , from + carrus, wagon, CAR1] 1. to relieve of or release from something that burdens … English World dictionary
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