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    Posted: 28/May/2015 at 8:46am
Hi Everyone , I am happy that i have founded this site, great site , thanks admin.

I have a question I hope someone can answer.

I took a student loan to attend college and university while I was living in Quebec between 93-97 , around 45K , Then I had a big family situation and I had to leave Canada , I came back to Canada Ontario 3 yrs ago I started my own business and I am paying my taxes and i build my credit history that was EMPTY. Now I have not received any call or letter regarding my loan , and my credit history is clean , so could they have whippet out my loan ????  
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Check the forum on Statute barred loans.... it is likely your loan is statute barred, so don't do anything until you are aware of what this means....

http://canadastudentdebt.ca/forum_topics.asp?FID=90&title=collection-of-old-stats-barred-loans
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No one here can tell you if something is barred without first doing the analysis of the item or items. So many people assume a debt is barred and they come to find out that something caused disruption. What people need to know is that the onus is on the person who owes the debt to maker the discovery. They reserve the right to continue pursuit until they are made aware that they have no legal means of continuing pursuit. I wish it were that simple as to say yes or no. The issue is if you want closure and access to moving forward then you need this done professionally, if you can't do it on your own. Doing it on your own is free. Professional service comes with a cost, You have to figure that out too.

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