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Coming into Force
April 1, 2011
61. Sections 58 to 60 come into force on April 1, 2011.
R.S., c. P-36
Public Service Superannuation Act
62. Part I of Schedule I to the Public Service Superannuation Act is amended by adding the following in alphabetical order:
PPP Canada Inc.
PPP Canada Inc.
Amendments Related to the Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act
R.S., c. B-3; 1992, c. 27, s. 2
Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act
2005, c. 47, s. 44; 2007, c. 36, s. 26
63. Paragraph 65.11(10)(a) of the Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act is replaced by the following:
(a) an eligible financial contract;
2005, c. 47, s. 68; 2007, c. 29, ss. 97 and 98
64. Sections 84.1 and 84.2 of the Act are replaced by the following:
Assignment of agreements
84.1 (1) On application by a trustee and on notice to every party to an agreement, a court may make an order assigning the rights and obligations of a bankrupt under the agreement to any person who is specified by the court and agrees to the assignment.
(2) In the case of an individual,
(a) they may not make an application under subsection (1) unless they are carrying on a business; and
(b) only rights and obligations in relation to the business may be assigned.
(3) Subsection (1) does not apply in respect of rights and obligations that are not assignable by reason of their nature or that arise under
(a) an agreement entered into on or after the date of the bankruptcy;
(b) an eligible financial contract; or
(c) a collective agreement.
Factors to be considered
(4) In deciding whether to make the order, the court is to consider, among other things,
(a) whether the person to whom the rights and obligations are to be assigned is able to perform the obligations; and
(b) whether it is appropriate to assign the rights and obligations to that person.
(5) The court may not make the order unless it is satisfied that all monetary defaults in relation to the agreement — other than those arising by reason only of the person’s bankruptcy, insolvency or failure to perform a non-monetary obligation — will be remedied on or before the day fixed by the court.
Copy of order
(6) The applicant is to send a copy of the order to every party to the agreement.
Certain rights limited
84.2 (1) No person may terminate or amend — or claim an accelerated payment or forfeiture of the term under — any agreement, including a security agreement, with a bankrupt individual by reason only of the individual’s bankruptcy or insolvency.
(2) If the agreement referred to in subsection (1) is a lease, the lessor may not terminate or amend, or claim an accelerated payment or forfeiture of the term under, the lease by reason only of the bankruptcy or insolvency or of the fact that the bankrupt has not paid rent in respect of any period before the time of the bankruptcy.
(3) No public utility may discontinue service to a bankrupt individual by reason only of the individual’s bankruptcy or insolvency or of the fact that the bankrupt individual has not paid for services rendered or material provided before the time of the bankruptcy.
Certain acts not prevented
(4) Nothing in this section is to be construed as
(a) prohibiting a person from requiring payments to be made in cash for goods, services, use of leased property or other valuable consideration provided after the time of the bankruptcy; or
(b) requiring the further advance of money or credit.
Provisions of section override agreement
(5) Any provision in an agreement that has the effect of providing for, or permitting, anything that, in substance, is contrary to this section is of no force or effect.
Powers of court
(6) On application by a party to an agreement or by a public utility, the court may declare that this section does not apply — or applies only to the extent declared by the court — if the applicant satisfies the court that the operation of this section would likely cause the applicant significant financial hardship.
Eligible financial contracts
(7) Subsection (1) does not apply
(a) in respect of an eligible financial contract; or
(b) to prevent a member of the Canadian Payments Association from ceasing to act as a clearing agent or group clearer for an insolvent person in accordance with the Canadian Payments Act and the by-laws and rules of that Association.
(8) Despite section 69.3, the following actions are permitted in respect of an eligible financial contract that is entered into before the time of the bankruptcy, and is terminated on or after that time, but only in accordance with the provisions of that contract:
(a) the netting or setting off or compensation of obligations between the individual bankrupt and the other parties to the eligible financial contract; and
(b) any dealing with financial collateral including
(i) the sale or foreclosure or, in the Province of Quebec, the surrender of financial collateral, and
(ii) the setting off or compensation of financial collateral or the application of the proceeds or value of financial collateral.
Net termination values
(9) If net termination values determined in accordance with an eligible financial contract referred to in subsection (8) are owed by the individual bankrupt to another party to the eligible financial contract, that other party is deemed, for the purposes of paragraphs 69(1)(a) and 69.1(1)(a), to be a creditor of the individual bankrupt with a claim provable in bankruptcy in respect of those net termination values.
65. The Act is amended by adding the following after section 87:
Priority of Financial Collateral
88. In relation to a bankruptcy or proposal, no order may be made under this Act if the order would have the effect of subordinating financial collateral.
66. Sections 84.1 and 84.2 of the Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act, as enacted by section 64, and section 88 of that Act, as enacted by section 65, apply to proceedings commenced under that Act on or after the day on which this Act receives royal assent.
2007, c. 36
Chapter 36 of the Statutes of Canada, 2007
67. Section 25 of chapter 36 of the Statutes of Canada, 2007 is repealed.