Insurance Companies Act
Marginal note:Approval of Minister required
383 (1) No action directed toward the voluntary liquidation and dissolution of a company shall be taken by a company, other than as provided in sections 381 and 382, until an application made by the company pursuant to section 382 has been approved by the Minister.
Marginal note:Conditional approval
(2) If the Minister is satisfied on the basis of an application made under section 382 that the circumstances warrant the voluntary liquidation and dissolution of a company, the Minister may, by order, approve the application.
Marginal note:Effect of approval
(3) Where the Minister has approved an application made pursuant to section 382 with respect to a company, the company shall not carry on business except to the extent necessary to complete its voluntary liquidation.
Marginal note:Liquidation process
(4) Where the Minister has approved an application made pursuant to section 382 with respect to a company, the company shall
(a) cause notice of the approval to be sent to each known claimant, except policyholders, against and creditor of the company;
(b) publish notice of the approval once a week for four consecutive weeks in the Canada Gazette and once a week for two consecutive weeks in one or more newspapers in general circulation in each province in which the company transacted any business within the preceding twelve months;
(c) proceed to collect its property, dispose of property that is not to be distributed in kind to its shareholders, discharge or provide for all its obligations and do all other acts required to liquidate its business; and
(d) [Repealed, 1997, c. 15, s. 239]
(e) after giving the notice required under paragraphs (a) and (b) and adequately providing for the payment or discharge of all its obligations, distribute its remaining property, either in money or in kind, among its shareholders according to their respective rights.
- 1991, c. 47, s. 383
- 1997, c. 15, s. 239
- 2012, c. 5, s. 126
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