De Billy-Tremblay & Associés Inc. - Pointe-Claire
6600 route trans-canadienne, Bureau 750
Tel.: (514) 875-1363
Fax: (514) 875-1336
Date Company was established
10 septembre 1997
21 may 2007
Number of employees
The head office of De Billy-Tremblay & Associates Inc. is situated at 1255 University Street, Suite 1515 in Montreal.
De Billy-Tremblay & Associates Inc. groups eight (8) other offices which are respectively situated in Montréal, Montréal-Centre-Sud, Beloeil, Dorval, Longueuil, Montréal-St-Michel, St-Hubert et St-Laurent
The addresses and phone numbers for those eight (8) other offices appear on the web site of the enterprise: www.debilly-tremblay.com
Nature of business
This enterprise offers a complete range of services in insolvency and reorganization, based in Montreal and Pointe-Claire (Quebec)
This company operates in the following fields of activity:
Pointe-Claire - Bankruptcy trustee, Bankruptcy trustee, Bankruptcies Trustees, Bankruptcy, Personal bankruptcy, Commercial bankruptcies, Business bankruptcies, Consumer proposal, Winding-up arrangement, Insolvency consultant, Financial counsellor, Debts Consolidation, Debts, Indebtedness, Bankruptcy, insolvency and reorganization, Corporate bankruptcies, Insolvency, Consumers' insolvency, Insolbency & restructuring, Debt problems, Financial problems, Financial reorganization, Financial reorganization, Business restructuration
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Based on the Québec Commercial Certification Office's files, this organization has a satisfactory record.
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