Solvency Funding Relief Regulations
30. A plan may cease to be funded in accordance with this Part, beginning on the first day of a plan year, if
(a) the administrator gives written notice to the Superintendent not later than six months after the beginning of that plan year;
(b) the amount by which the aggregate amount of special payments that would have been remitted to the pension fund in accordance with Part 1 from the day on which the initial solvency deficiency emerged, as adjusted to take into account the reductions in special payments resulting from the application of the Pension Benefits Standards Regulations, 1985, plus interest, exceeds the aggregate amount of special payments made to the pension fund in accordance with this Part, plus interest, shall be remitted to the pension fund at least 30 days before the plan’s year end; and
(c) an actuarial report is prepared in accordance with subsection 29(2) and any remaining initial solvency deficiency is calculated and funded in accordance with subsections 29(3) and (4) as if a default occurred, except that the actuarial report shall be prepared valuing the plan as of the first day of the plan year in which funding ceases.
- SOR/2010-149, s. 16.
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