Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act
Marginal note:Filing of proposal
Marginal note:Determination of claims
(1.1) Except in respect of claims referred to in subsection 14.06(8), where a proposal is made in respect of an insolvent person, the time with respect to which the claims of creditors shall be determined is the time of the filing of
Marginal note:Determination of claims re bankrupt
(1.2) Except in respect of claims referred to in subsection 14.06(8), where a proposal is made in respect of a bankrupt, the time with respect to which the claims of creditors shall be determined is the date on which the bankrupt became bankrupt.
Marginal note:On whom approval binding
(2) A proposal accepted by the creditors and approved by the court is binding on creditors in respect of
(a) all unsecured claims, and
(b) the secured claims in respect of which the proposal was made and that were in classes in which the secured creditors voted for the acceptance of the proposal by a majority in number and two thirds in value of the secured creditors present, personally or by proxy, at the meeting and voting on the resolution to accept the proposal,
but does not release the insolvent person from the debts and liabilities referred to in section 178, unless the creditor assents thereto.
Marginal note:Certain persons not released
(3) The acceptance of a proposal by a creditor does not release any person who would not be released under this Act by the discharge of the debtor.
- R.S., 1985, c. B-3, s. 62
- 1992, c. 27, s. 26
- 1997, c. 12, s. 39
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