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Debtor Status

Determine the probability of debt recovery with a Debtor Status Report from Quality Credit Reporting.

Establishing a debtor/defendant's financial worth and whereabouts is key when considering how to enforce a judgment.

The Debtor Status Report is designed to:

  • Locate the Debtor for Service Purposes
  • Identify Assets to Enforce the Deficiency
  • Uncover Bank Accounts and Wages for Garnishment

What Assets Can Quality Credit Reporting Identify?

Real Property: Locate real property assets, identifying fraudulent conveyances and spousal property

Mortgage Interests: Locate mortgage interests, including vendor take back mortgages

Personal Property/ Motor Vehicles: Identify personal property, including motor vehicles, equipment, goods, inventory, and accounts

Business Interests/ Affiliations: Locate debtor/ defendant’s business interests. We often find co-debtors and co-defendants that link debtor/defendant to other companies and businesses

Bank Accounts: Identify banking relationships, which can be useful for garnishment during the debt recovery process

Rents: Identify this form of income

Wages: Locate the debtor/ defendant’s place of employment and salary which will assist with garnishment of wages

CMHC Approved Debtor Status Report: We provide many financial institutions or the law firms that represent them with a CMHC approved Debtor Status Report. 


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  • Real Property Search
  • Mortgage Interests
  • Personal Property
  • Motor Vehicles
  • Business Interest Search
  • Bank Account Identification
  • Rental Income Search
  • Wages / Other Income

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