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  1. Domestic Bonds of Canada Regulations - C.R.C., c. 698 (Section 28)
    Regulations Respecting Domestic Bonds of the Government of Canada
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    • (2) Before issuing a new bond pursuant to subsection (1), the Bank may, in its discretion, require that the following period shall elapse after notice is received by the Bank of the alleged destruction, loss or theft:

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      • (b) six months, in the case of a lost or stolen bond registered as to principal and interest and for which no instrument of transfer to bearer has been executed;

      • (c) one year, in the case of a lost or stolen bond registered as to principal and for which no instrument of transfer to bearer has been executed; or

    • (3) Where it appears to the Bank that a bond has been destroyed, lost or stolen after it has been paid for by a subscriber and before it was received by him, the Bank may, in its discretion, waive the waiting period specified in subsection (1) and, where the subscriber is or was an employee of Her Majesty in right of Canada who purchased the bond under the Plan commonly known as the “Employees’ Instalment Purchase Plan”, the Bank, on instructions from the Deputy Minister of Finance, shall issue a new bond without requiring a bond of indemnity to be given to the Bank, but the Deputy Minister of Finance shall not issue such instructions unless the person to whom the new bond is to be issued gives to the Deputy Minister of Finance such information and material, including an undertaking to indemnify the Bank and the Government of Canada for any loss resulting from the issue of the new bond, as the Deputy Minister of Finance considers appropriate.

    • (4) Where it appears to the Bank that a bond that has matured or has been called for payment before maturity has been destroyed, lost or stolen, the Bank may, if a bond of indemnity described in section 38 is given to it, pay to the owner, in redemption of the bond, an amount equal to the amount payable on maturity or on call, as the case may be.

    • (5) Where a bond mentioned in subsection (3) is a bond of which a person is registered as owner as to principal, the bond, for the purposes of subsection 38(2), shall be deemed to be a bond of which that person is registered as owner as to principal and interest.

    • (6) Where a bond mentioned in subsection (3) is a bond of which a person is registered as owner as to principal, the bond shall, for the purposes of subsection 38(2), be deemed to be a bond of which that person is registered as owner as to principal and interest.


  2. Domestic Bonds of Canada Regulations - C.R.C., c. 698 (Section 6)
    Regulations Respecting Domestic Bonds of the Government of Canada
    •  (1) Where, in accordance with these Regulations, the name of a person has been entered in the register by the Bank as owner of a bond as to principal or as to principal and interest, the entry in the register shall, except as otherwise provided in these Regulations, be conclusive evidence as against the Government of Canada that that person is owner of that bond.

    • (2) Where, in accordance with these Regulations, the name of a person is entered in the register as owner of a bond as to principal and interest, the interest on that bond is payable by a cheque negotiable at any branch in Canada of a bank incorporated under the Bank Act.

    • (3) Where the names of two or more persons without the words “and survivor”, are entered in the register as owners of a bond and one of the persons dies, his rights under the bond are not vested in any other such person or persons on his death by reason of survivorship.

    • (4) Notwithstanding that the name of a person is entered in the register as owner of a bond as to principal, the coupons attached to the bond are payable to bearer and when detached are transferable by delivery.


  3. Domestic Bonds of Canada Regulations - C.R.C., c. 698 (Section 8)
    Regulations Respecting Domestic Bonds of the Government of Canada

     Where the name of a person has been entered in the register by the Bank as owner of a bond

    • (a) registered as to principal, the Bank shall enter his name in the bond as the person to whom the principal is payable; or

    • (b) registered as to principal and interest, the Bank shall enter his name in the bond as the person to whom the principal and interest are payable.


  4. Domestic Bonds of Canada Regulations - C.R.C., c. 698 (Section 5)
    Regulations Respecting Domestic Bonds of the Government of Canada
    •  (1) Where a person is to be registered as owner of a bond

      • (a) as to principal, the Bank shall enter in the register the particulars of the bond and the name of the person to whom the principal is payable; or

      • (b) as to principal and interest, the Bank shall enter in the register the particulars of the bond and the name and post office address of the person to whom the principal and interest are payable.

    • (2) Where the names of two or more persons are to be entered in the register as owners of a bond as to principal and interest, there shall be indicated by the owners only one address that is to be entered in the register which address shall be the registered address of all those persons for all purposes relating to the bond.


  5. Domestic Bonds of Canada Regulations - C.R.C., c. 698 (Section 4)
    Regulations Respecting Domestic Bonds of the Government of Canada
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    • (2) The Bank shall, in accordance with these Regulations, register bonds, discharge the registration of bonds and give effect to transfers of bonds as may be required from time to time and may, subject to the terms upon which the bonds are issued, issue such bonds as may be required for these purposes or to give effect to the terms of outstanding bonds or these Regulations.

    • (3) Any duty, power or discretion imposed or conferred upon the Deputy Minister of Finance by the terms of bonds, which was imposed or conferred upon the Bank of Canada by Order in Council P.C. 5938 dated October 25, 1940, continues to be imposed and conferred upon the Bank and anything done by the Bank as registrar of bonds in accordance with these Regulations or any other regulations or laws applicable thereto continues to be and is as valid and effectual for all purposes as if done by the Deputy Minister of Finance.



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