I had a business go upside down and all lost my corporate charter. As a result, all business debt is now falling on me personally. I have unsecured liens and deficiencies (some that are now judgements), I have one unsecured lien that resulted in judgement and now has escalated to Court receivership. They want to come into business and liquidate assets to satisfy debt. I also have alleged "security deposits" due to customers and commissions due to owners that I had a contract with. As a result of unable to pay commissions as agreed in contract, these "owners" pulled the equipment I was renting for them but I still owe some commission. Are the customer deposits and commissions due able to be discharged? Also, I put them on the list but what if they do not show up at the creditors meeting.
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