objection to dischargeability

Definition of "objection to dischargeability"
  1. An opposition raised by a trustee or creditor against the cancellation of some of a debtor's obligations. This usually occurs when the debt was acquired through deceit or the debtor committed fraud while in a position of trust
How to use "objection to dischargeability" in a sentence
  1. During the bankruptcy proceeding, the trustee filed an objection to dischargeability for some of the debts.
  2. Based on allegations of fraud, the creditor lodged an objection to dischargeability.
  3. Due to the debt in question being incurred under false pretenses, an objection to dischargeability was raised.

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