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Quadruple Filers

posted by John Pottow

I thought in light of the recent long weekend (by which I mean Canada Day), readers with an interest in international matters might enjoy this article from some friends at a respected Canadian law firm on Mr. Thomas Bouvin, who found himself recently filing for his fourth bankruptcy.   Perhaps my homeland needs BAPCPA to settle out these abusive debtors?  After all, with a colorful anecdote like this, what further data would one need to justify legislative intervention?

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