Form 44.1—Notice by Debtor to Disclaim or Resiliate an Agreement

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Form 44.1

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(Section 65.11 of the Act; Rule 94.1)


To Space to insert name of trustee and party(ies) to the agreement (trustee and party(ies) to the agreement)

Take notice that:

  1. A proposal (or a notice of intention to make a proposal) in respect of Space to insert name of debtor (name of debtor) was filed under subsection 62(1) (or 50.4) of the Act on the Space to insert day day of Space to insert month Space to insert year.
  2. Pursuant to subsection 65.11(1) of the Act, the debtor gives you notice of his/her intention to disclaim or resiliate the following agreement (provide sufficient details of the agreement to enable it to be identified):

    Space to insert details of the agreement

  3. Pursuant to subsection 65.11(3) of the Act, within 15 days after the date on which this notice is given, any party to the agreement may, with notice to the other parties to the agreement and the trustee, apply to the Court for an order that the agreement is not to be disclaimed or resiliated.
  4. Pursuant to subsection 65.11(6) of the Act, if no application for an order is made in accordance with subsection 65.11(3) of the Act, the disclaimer or resiliation of the agreement will become effective on the Space to insert day day of Space to insert month (being 30 days after the date on which this notice has been given).

Dated at Space to insert city, this Space to insert day day of Space to insert month Space to insert year.

Space to insert signature of debtor
Debtor

The trustee approves the proposed disclaimer or resiliation.

Dated at Space to insert city, this Space to insert day day of Space to insert month Space to insert year.

Space to insert signature of trustee
Licensed Insolvency Trustee

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