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Assets you can keep in bankruptcy in Nova Scotia

Nova Scotia

  • Necessary wearing apparel, household furnishings and furniture

  • Necessary fuel and food

  • Necessary grain, seeds, cattle, hogs, fowl, sheep and other livestock for the domestic use of the debtor and his family

  • Necessary medical and health aids

  • Farm equipment, fishing nets, tools and implements used in debtor's chief occupation, not exceeding $1,000

  • Motor vehicle not exceeding $3,000

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These answers to frequently asked questions are provided as general information only. Each individual's situation is unique. Call us toll free in Nova Scotia at 902-310-6060 for a free, no obligation, confidential consultation.

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