Okay. I still need an answer to that first question about the check in though.
You have a couple of things you can do, depending on how much time you want to spend on it.
My suggestion is to go hire a lawyer just to send a letter to the CRA challenging this entry, explaining that you didn't file bankruptcy, and asking them to remove it. If a lawyer send it then they are going to respond much faster and much more accurately. However, you can certainly send it if you don't want to spend the money that a lawyer will charge (which won't be much).
The problem you will have is that there is no way to prove to them that you didn't file bankruptcy. The clerk isn't going to give you an affidavit because they are not required to. There is really nothing they can give you because they don't have anything.
So you challenge it and see what they do.
If they don't clear it then you can file a complaint with the Federal Trade Commission but that takes forever for them to even look at the case and I've never seen them actually do anything unless there are a bunch of complaints.
If none of this works then your only next step is to sue them in either state or federal court. I don't see a problem with you winning it and at that point you can subpoena the clerk to come to court and testify but you are going to have to hire the lawyer and pay them upfront unless you plan on doing it yourself and these cases are difficult as far as the procedures. That's another reason to hire the lawyer to send the letter, they will phrase it in such a way that you are sure to get your attorney's fees awarded to you when you win plus it may set them up for some additional damages as well.
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