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Ignoring the debt and bankruptcy for a moment, is the district superintendant otherwise required to transfer your credentials? If so, then you may need to sue him to enforce his obligations. If he uses the discharged debt as his defense to not completing his obligations, then you would point to the following from the Bankruptcy Code:
§ 524. Effect of discharge
(a) A discharge in a case under this title—
(2) operates as an injunction against the commencement or continuation of an action, the employment of process, or an act, to collect, recover or offset any such debt as a personal liability of the debtor, whether or not discharge of such debt is waived;
Clearly, the superintendant’s actions in refusing to fulfill his obligations are an attempt to collect on the discharged debt, and therefore, the fact that the debt was unpaid would not be a defense to fulfilling his obligations. As mentioned above, however, you will need to sue in order to force the superintendent to do anything.
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