Form 42—Certificate of Assignment

For persons to which the 2009 amendments do not apply

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Form 42

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(Paragraph 61(2)(b) of the Act)


District of
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Division No.
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Court No.
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Estate No.
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In the Matter of the Bankruptcy of:

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Debtor

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Trustee

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Administration

Date of Bankruptcy:
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Security:
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Date of Initial Bankruptcy Event:
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Meeting of Creditors:
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Chairman:
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Designated Person:
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Certificate of Assignment–Subsection 61(2)

I, the undersigned, Official Receiver in and for this bankruptcy district, do hereby certify that:

  • a proposal in respect of the aforementioned debtor was filed under section 62 of the Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act;
  • the court, by its order, has refused to approve the proposal and the debtor is thereupon deemed to have made an assignment.

The said trustee is required:

  • to provide to me, without delay, security in the aforementioned amount;
  • to send to all creditors, within five days after the date of the trustee’s appointment, a notice of the bankruptcy; and
  • when applicable to call in the prescribed manner, a first meeting of creditors, to be held at the aforementioned time and place or at any other time and place that may be later requested by the Official Receiver.

Date:
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Official Receiver

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