Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act
Marginal note:Claims provable in bankruptcy following proposal
122 (1) The claims of creditors under a proposal are, in the event of the debtor subsequently becoming bankrupt, provable in the bankruptcy for the full amount of the claims less any dividends paid thereon pursuant to the proposal.
(2) Where interest on any debt or sum certain is provable under this Act but the rate of interest has not been agreed on, the creditor may prove interest at a rate not exceeding five per cent per annum to the date of the bankruptcy from the time the debt or sum was payable, if evidenced by a written instrument, or, if not so evidenced, from the time notice has been given the debtor of the interest claimed.
- R.S., c. B-3, s. 95
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