PART IIIPublic Disbursements (continued)
Marginal note:Reconciliation of claim with evidence and instruction for payment
Marginal note:Destruction of instructions for payment, records, etc.
(2) The Treasury Board may, on the recommendation of the Receiver General and with the approval of the Auditor General of Canada, make regulations governing
(a) the destruction of records of instructions for payment, including payment instruments, after the amounts specified in the instructions for payment have been paid;
(b) the destruction of claims for settlement; and
(c) the destruction of records of instructions for settlement, including instruments for settlement within or between departments, after settlement has been effected.
- R.S., 1985, c. F-11, s. 36
- 1991, c. 24, s. 14
- 1999, c. 31, s. 109(F)
37 The balance of an appropriation that remains unexpended at the end of a fiscal year or such longer period as may be specified in an appropriation Act or any other Act of Parliament, after adjustment for the recording of debts incurred and other amounts due or owing referred to in section 37.1, shall lapse.
- R.S., 1985, c. F-11, s. 37
- 1991, c. 24, s. 15
- 1996, c. 18, s. 7
Marginal note:Unpaid debts
37.1 (1) Subject to such directions as the Treasury Board may make, a debt incurred by Her Majesty for work performed, goods received or services rendered before the end of a fiscal year, and any amount due or owing under a contract, contribution or other similar arrangement entered into before the end of the fiscal year that remains unpaid at the end of the fiscal year, shall be recorded as a charge against the appropriation to which it relates.
(2) Subject to subsection (3), in such period as the Treasury Board may specify or, if no such period is specified, at any time, a payment may be made for the purpose of settling any debt or other amount due or owing that has been recorded as a charge against an appropriation pursuant to subsection (1).
Marginal note:Settlement in excess of appropriation
(3) The discharge or settlement of a debt or other amount due or owing that has been recorded as a charge against an appropriation pursuant to subsection (1), or any part thereof, and that was in excess of the balance then remaining in the appropriation
Marginal note:Payment in excess of appropriation
(4) Where, despite paragraph 33(3)(b), a payment is made that results in an expenditure that is in excess of an appropriation,
- 1991, c. 24, s. 15
Marginal note:Accountable advances
(2) Any accountable advance or any portion thereof that is not repaid, accounted for or recovered in accordance with the regulations may be recovered out of any moneys payable by Her Majesty to the person to whom the advance was made or, where the person is deceased, out of any moneys payable by Her Majesty to the estate of that person.
(3) Every accountable advance that is not repaid, accounted for or recovered by the end of the fiscal year in which it was made shall be reported in the Public Accounts for that year.
- R.S., c. F-10, s. 31
- 1980-81-82-83, c. 170, s. 9
Marginal note:Crediting of refunds
39 Subject to such directions as the Treasury Board may make, any amount received as
(a) a refund of an expenditure,
(b) a repayment of an advance,
(c) a refund or repayment of an overpayment,
(d) a rebate, including a tax rebate or some other price adjustment on a payment,
(e) a reimbursement pursuant to a cost-sharing arrangement,
(f) a recovery from an indemnification, or
(g) a recovery under a claim for loss of or damage to a Crown asset
shall be credited to the appropriation against which the related expenditure, advance or payment was charged.
- R.S., 1985, c. F-11, s. 39
- 1991, c. 24, s. 16
Marginal note:Term of contract that money available
40 (1) It is a term of every contract providing for the payment of any money by Her Majesty that payment under that contract is subject to there being an appropriation for the particular service for the fiscal year in which any commitment under that contract would come in course of payment.
Marginal note:Public opinion research
(2) It is a term of every contract for public opinion research entered into by any person with Her Majesty that a written report will be provided by that person.
- R.S., 1985, c. F-11, s. 40
- 1991, c. 24, s. 50(F)
- 2006, c. 9, s. 309
40.1 The Government of Canada is committed to taking appropriate measures to promote fairness, openness and transparency in the bidding process for contracts with Her Majesty for the performance of work, the supply of goods or the rendering of services.
- 2006, c. 9, s. 310
Marginal note:Regulations respecting conditions under which contracts awarded
(a) may direct that no contract by the terms of which payments are required in excess of such amount or amounts as the Governor in Council may prescribe shall be entered into or have any force or effect unless entry into the contract has been approved by the Governor in Council or the Treasury Board; and
(b) may make regulations with respect to the security to be given to and in the name of Her Majesty to secure the due performance of contracts.
(2) Subsection (1) does not apply in respect of Crown corporations, the Canada Revenue Agency or the Invest in Canada Hub.
- R.S., 1985, c. F-11, s. 41
- 1991, c. 24, s. 50(F)
- 1999, c. 17, s. 160
- 2005, c. 38, s. 138
- 2006, c. 9, s. 311(F)
- 2017, c. 20, s. 445
Marginal note:Regulations — deemed terms of contracts
42 (1) The Governor in Council may make regulations fixing terms that are deemed to be expressly set out in contracts, or classes of contracts, that provide for the payment of any money by Her Majesty or a Crown corporation — or in documents, or classes of documents, relating to such contracts and their formation — including terms
(b) respecting corruption and collusion in the bidding process for contracts for the performance of work, the supply of goods or the rendering of services;
(c) requiring that a bidder on a contract for the performance of work, the supply of goods or the rendering of services make a declaration that the bidder has not committed an offence under section 121, 124 or 418 of the Criminal Code;
(d) respecting the provision of information or records to enable the Auditor General of Canada to inquire into the use of funds provided under funding agreements; and
(e) requiring the public disclosure of basic information on contracts entered into with Her Majesty for the performance of work, the supply of goods or the rendering of services and having a value in excess of $10,000.
Marginal note:Powers of Auditor General
Marginal note:Regulations — public opinion research
(3) The Governor in Council may, in respect of contracts for public opinion research, make regulations
(4) The following definitions apply in this section.
- funding agreement
funding agreement, in respect of a recipient, means an agreement in writing under which the recipient receives a grant, contribution or other funding from Her Majesty in right of Canada or a Crown corporation, either directly or through an agent or mandatary of Her Majesty, including by way of loan, but excludes contracts for the performance of work, the supply of goods or the rendering of services. (accord de financement)
recipient means an individual, body corporate, partnership or unincorporated organization that has, in any five consecutive fiscal years, received a total of one million dollars or more under one or more funding agreements, but does not include
(a) a Crown corporation;
(b) a departmental corporation;
(c) the government of a foreign state, a provincial government or a municipality, or any of their agencies;
(c.1) a band, as defined in subsection 2(1) of the Indian Act, any member of the council or any agency of the band or an aboriginal body that is party to a self-government agreement given effect by an Act of Parliament or any of their agencies;
(d) a corporation that is controlled by a municipality or a government other than the Government of Canada; or
(e) an international organization. (bénéficiaire)
- R.S., 1985, c. F-11, s. 42
- 1991, c. 24, s. 17
- 2006, c. 9, ss. 312, 313
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