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Pension Benefits Division Act

Version of section 6 from 2003-01-01 to 2003-08-31:

Marginal note:Interested party may object

  •  (1) An interested party who objects to the division of the pension benefits on any of the grounds described in subsection (2) may submit a notice of objection in writing to the Minister within sixty days after the day on which notice of the receipt of the application is deemed under subsection 5(3) to be received by that party.

  • Marginal note:Grounds for objection

    (2) The grounds for objection are

    • (a) that the court order or spousal agreement has been varied or is of no force or effect;

    • (b) that the terms of the court order or spousal agreement have been or are being satisfied by other means; or

    • (c) that proceedings have been commenced in a court in Canada of competent jurisdiction to appeal or review the court order or challenge the terms of the spousal agreement.

  • Marginal note:Documentary evidence

    (3) An interested party who submits a notice of objection shall include with that notice documentary evidence to establish the grounds for objection.

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