- ?Lv 76 年前最愛解答
If you want to file for bankruptcy because you are unable to repay, then file it.
However, don't expect your debt will be discharged easily. Even the court grants your request, your bankruptcy period will be tolled by the time spent in the prison.
For example, if you are sentenced for 3 years of imprisonment, you should expect your bankruptcy period will be 7 years (instead of 4 years).
Also, as the maximum bankruptcy period is 8 years, if your imprisonment is 4 years or more, it is very likely that the court will deny your bankruptcy.
2015-06-12 14:17:35 補充：
The answer is no and yes.
No - no person will be subject to imprisonment solely based on indebtedness.
2015-06-12 14:18:57 補充：
Yes - A court can impose imprisonment as a consequence of indebtedness. For example, a creditor has a judgment against the debtor. If the debtor has the ability to pay the judgment, but refuses to comply, the court imposing the judgment can sentence the debtor on the basis of comtempt of the court.
- 「本週之星」Lv 76 年前
2015-06-12 07:38:57 補充：