Port Authorities Management Regulations (SOR/99-101)

Regulations are current to 2019-06-20 and last amended on 2016-03-29. Previous Versions

PART 6Liquidation and Dissolution (continued)

Continuation of Actions

  •  (1) Despite the dissolution of a port authority,

    • (a) a civil, criminal, administrative, investigative or other proceeding by or against the port authority before its dissolution may be continued as if the port authority had not been dissolved;

    • (b) a civil, criminal, administrative, investigative or other proceeding may be brought against the port authority within two years after its dissolution as if the port authority had not been dissolved; and

    • (c) any property that would have been available to satisfy a judgment or order if the port authority had not been dissolved remains available for that purpose.

  • (2) Service of a document on a port authority after its dissolution may be effected by serving it on the Minister.

  • (3) Despite the dissolution of a port authority, a person to whom any of the port authority’s property is distributed is liable to any other person claiming under subsection (1) to the extent of the amount received by that person on the distribution, and an action to enforce that liability may be brought within two years after the date of the dissolution of the port authority.

Unknown Claimants

  •  (1) On the dissolution of a port authority, the portion of the property distributable to a creditor who cannot be found shall be converted into money and paid to Her Majesty in right of Canada.

  • (2) The payment constitutes satisfaction of the debt or claim of the creditor.

  • (3) If at any time a person establishes entitlement to any moneys paid to Her Majesty in right of Canada under these Regulations, the Receiver General shall pay an equivalent amount to the person out of the Consolidated Revenue Fund.

PART 7Offences and Penalties

 A person who knowingly makes or assists in making a financial statement referred to in section 36 of the Act or paragraph 53(3)(a) or 65(h) of these Regulations is guilty of an offence if the financial statement

  • (a) contains an untrue statement of a material fact; or

  • (b) omits to state a material fact that is required or necessary in order to prevent a statement contained in the financial statement from being misleading in the light of the circumstances in which it was made.

 A person referred to in section 70 is liable to a fine of not more than $5,000 in the case of an individual, and of not more than $50,000 in the case of a corporation.

Coming into Force

 These Regulations come into force on March 1, 1999.

 
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