CCAA Online Filing System

Step-by-step approach for monitors

Chapters 6–7

6. Form 3: Debtor Company Information Summary

Form 3 records the outcome of proceedings under the Companies' Creditors Arrangement Act (CCAA). The monitor must submit it within five business days of the day the court makes an order discharging the monitor.

  1. Log in or go to the CCAA Online Filing System — dashboard screen.

    Figure 26: CCAA Online Filing System — Dashboard screen showing active files

    CCAA Online Filing System — Dashboard screen showing active files (the long description is located below the image)
    Description of Figure 26

    This screen, with the title CCAA Online Filing System — Dashboard, is displayed when you log in or go to the Dashboard in the left-hand menu.

    The left-hand menu has the heading CCAA Management, and then Dashboard is the first item. The next item in the menu is File New Form 1 The next item is Monitor Substitution Form 1. The final menu item is Logout.

    The screen shows a table to the right of the menu. The table is labelled All Active Files, with three columns under the headings OSB File Number, Debtor Company Name and Date of First OSB Submission. In the examples, there are two active files, with the file numbers in the first column displayed as hyperlinks. They are identified as Debtor 1 and Debtor 2 in the example, and show the date of first OSB submission using the four-digit year dash two-digit month dash two-digit day format.

  2. In the All Active Files section, click on the file number of the file you want. The debtor company's file summary screen is displayed.
  3. In the Filed Documents section, click on the "Add a form" icon (Icon of paper with a plus sign to denote Add a form) in the Actions column for Form 3.

    Figure 27: File summary screen with Add a form icon circled for Form 3

    File summary screen with Add a form icon circled for Form 3 (the long description is located below the image)
    Description of Figure 27

    This sample file summary screen is to show how to start the process of filing Form 3 for Debtor 1, the title at the top, with Debtor 1's OSB file number listed on the second line.

    Below that is a legend for the table at the bottom of the screen. The left column of the legend identifies the icons for three types of status. The first status icon is a white circle, which indicates that a form has not been submitted yet. The second status icon is a yellow circle, which indicates that a form is in draft mode. The third status icon is a green circle, which indicates that a form has been submitted.

    The right column of the legend identifies the icons for five types of actions. The first action icon, a sheet of paper with a green circle in the lower right corner, indicates Add a form. The second action icon, a sheet of paper with a magnifying glass in the lower right corner, indicates View a form. The third action icon, a sheet of paper with a pencil on top, indicates Edit a draft form. The fourth action icon, a sheet of paper with a red circle in the lower right corner, indicates Delete a form. The fifth action icon, a sheet of paper with a green arrow in the lower right corner, indicates Amend and re-submit a form.

    Below the legend is a table labelled Filed Documents. It has four columns under the headings Status, List of Forms, Date Submitted and Actions. There are five rows under the headings, identified in the second column as Form 1, Initial Application and Order, Form 2, Form 3, and Form 4, under the heading List of Forms. The status column shows the first three rows are green circles, so these forms have been submitted. The third column shows the date these forms were submitted, using the four-digit year dash two-digit month dash two-digit day format. The fourth column has two icons for these forms, showing that the available actions are either viewing the forms or amending and re-submitting them. The fourth row, Form 3, has an Add a form icon that is circled to indicate that this is the icon that you need to click on to begin adding Form 3. The remaining row, Form 4, has a white circle in the Status column, indicating that it has not been submitted yet, and an Add a form icon in the Actions column.

  4. The Form 3: debtor company information summary — step 1 of 5 screen is displayed. Complete at least the required fields (those marked with *, and then click on the "Next" button.

    Figure 28: Form 3: Debtor Company Information Summary — Step 1 of 5 screen

    Form 3: Debtor Company Information Summary — Step 1 of 5 screen (the long description is located below the image)
    Description of Figure 28

    This screen, with the title Form 3: Debtor Company Information Summary — Step 1 of 3, has the subtitle Information Respecting Debtor Company, and is displayed when you have selected Form 3 from the file summary screen. The screen says that required fields are indicated by a red asterisk.

    A box has the following note: Please note that in order to proceed with any change(s) to the name(s) of the debtor company or affiliated debtor companies, an amended Form-1 must first be filed to ensure that such change(s) is/are duly reflected in the public records maintained pursuant to subsection 26(1) of the Companies' Creditors Arrangement Act.

    Below the box is a legend indicating that a star icon indicates the primary debtor and a house icon indicates head offices.

    The screen then presents two main sections, using the examples Debtor 1 and Debtor 2. The Debtor 1 main section, which identifies Debtor 1 as the primary debtor, has two subsections: Names Under Which the Debtor Company Carries on Business and Addresses.

    In the Debtor 1 subsection Names Under Which the Debtor Company, there is a heading Carries on Business Names, and in the field where you type in the name, are Other Name 1, Other Name 2, together on one line.

    In the Debtor 1 subsection Addresses, there are headings for Street Address, City, Province/State, Postal Code, Country and Action. The Street Address column lists an example, with this address identified as the head office. The other headings have sample text inserted, and under action is a sheet of paper icon.

    The Debtor 2 section has seven subsections: Names Under Which the Debtor Company Carries on Business, Addresses, Debtor Company, Financial Statements, Assets, Liabilities, and Prescribed Pension Plans.

    In the Debtor 2 subsection Names Under Which the Debtor Company, there is a heading Carries on Business Names with a field where you type in the name.

    In the Debtor 2 subsection Addresses, there are headings for Street Address, City, Province/State, Postal Code, Country and Action. The Street Address column lists an example, with this address identified as the head office. The other headings have sample text inserted, and under action is a sheet of paper icon.
    In the Debtor 2 Debtor Company subsection, the first field, identified as a required field, is "Name of the debtor company at the time of monitor's discharge," with a box to the right for typing in the name. The next field is File number assigned by the Superintendent of Bankruptcy, which is completed by the system.

    In the Debtor 2 Financial Statements subsection, the first field is identified as a required field. It says: "The financial statements are" with a drop-down menu that has "Unaudited" selected. The next field says "If audited, name of auditor" with a field to type in the name. The next field, also identified as a required field, says "Date of the most recent consolidated financial statements" and the example uses the four-digit year dash two-digit month dash two-digit day format. To the right of the field is a calendar icon that you can click on to select the date instead of typing it in.

    The Debtor 2 Assets subsection has one field, which is identified as a required field. It says: "Book value of total assets as set out in the most recent consolidated financial statements of the debtor company." The example presented is $100,000,000 with no commas.

    The Debtor 2 Liabilities subsection has five fields, all of which are required fields. The first field says "Book value of total liabilities as set out in the most recent consolidated financial statements of the debtor company." The example presented is $100,000,000 with no commas. The second field is Secured, with the example $50,000,000 (no commas). The third field is Unsecured, with the example $50,000,000 (no commas). The fourth field is trust claims, with the example $0. The final field is "Book value of total liabilities referred to in the item above that are contingent" with the example $100,000,000 with no commas.

    In the Debtor 2 Prescribed Pension Plans subsection, the first field is identified as a required field. It says: "Does the debtor company participate in any prescribed pension plans for the benefit of its employees?" with a drop-down menu that has "No" selected. Below that it says: "If yes, give name of each plan and indicate whether it is a defined benefit or defined contribution plan. Below that is Add a plan type, with a drop-down menu that you can use to select the type of plan. To its right is Add a plan name, with a box where you type in the name of the plan. To the right of that is a hyperlink to click on that says "Add another plan."

    Below the Debtor 2 Prescribed Pension Plans subsection, separated by a line, are three buttons. To the far left is a button labelled Next. To the far right are two buttons: the left button is labelled Save as Draft and the right button is labelled Cancel.

    Tip

    If you cannot complete a form in a single session, use the "Save as Draft" button.
    When you choose this button, you save all information already entered up to that point. You can add the rest of the information at a later time by selecting the file number from the dashboard, finding the draft form in the file summary screen — in the Form Status column, it will say "Form is in draft mode" — and then clicking on the "Edit a draft form" icon (Icon of pencil and paper to denote edit draft form) in the Actions column. You also have the option to "Delete a draft form" (Icon of paper with red circle with horizontal bar to denote delete a draft form).
    Clicking on "Save as Draft" returns you to the CCAA Online Filing System — dashboard.

    Figure 29: File summary screen showing draft status of Form1 and legend for actions

    File summary screen showing draft status of Form1 and legend for actions (the long description is located below the image)
    Description of Figure 29

    This sample file summary screen is to show how to amend a draft form for Debtor 1, the title at the top, with Debtor 1's OSB file number listed on the second line.

    Below that is a legend for the table at the bottom of the screen. The left column of the legend identifies the icons for three types of status. The first status icon is a white circle, which indicates that a form has not been submitted yet. The second status icon is a yellow circle, which indicates that a form is in draft mode. The third status icon is a green circle, which indicates that a form has been submitted.

    The right column of the legend identifies the icons for five types of actions. The first action icon, a sheet of paper with a green circle in the lower right corner, indicates Add a form. The second action icon, a sheet of paper with a magnifying glass in the lower right corner, indicates View a form. The third action icon, a sheet of paper with a pencil on top, indicates Edit a draft form. The fourth action icon, a sheet of paper with a red circle in the lower right corner, indicates Delete a form. The fifth action icon, a sheet of paper with a green arrow in the lower right corner, indicates Amend and re-submit a form.

    Below the legend is a table labelled Filed Documents. It has four columns under the headings Status, List of Forms, Date Submitted and Actions. There are five rows under the headings, identified in the second column as Form 1, Initial Application and Order, Form 2, Form 3, and Form 4, under the heading List of Forms. The status column shows the first row is a yellow circle, indicating it is a draft form. The Date Submitted column presents a date using the four-digit year dash two-digit month dash two-digit day format for Form 1, but is blank for all the other forms. The Actions column has two icons for the draft Form 1, showing that the available actions are either editing a draft form or deleting a draft form. It also has an add a form icon for Initial Application and Order and for Form 4, but this column is blank for Forms 2 and 3.

  5. The Form 3: debtor company information summary — step 2 of 5 screen is displayed. Complete at least the required fields, and then click on "Next."

    Figure 30: Form 3: Debtor Company Information Summary — Step 2 of 5 screen

    Form 3: Debtor Company Information Summary — Step 2 of 5 screen (the long description is located below the image)
    Description of Figure 30

    This screen, with the title Form 3: Debtor Company Information Summary — Step 2 of 3, has the subtitle Information Respecting Debtor Company, and is displayed when you have selected Next from the Step 1 of 3 screen. The screen says that required fields are indicated by a red asterisk.

    The screen is presented as a form in two sections: Interim Financing and Compromise or Arrangement.

    In the Interim Financing section, the first field is identified as a required field. It says: "Was interim financing granted by court order under section 11.2 of the Act?" with a drop-down menu that has "No" selected. The next field says "If yes, give the amount of interim financing granted by court order" with a box to fill in the amount. The next field says "If yes, give the amount drawn."

    In the Compromise or Arrangement section, the first field is identified as a required field. It says: "Was a compromise or arrangement sanctioned by the court?" with a drop-down menu with "No" selected. The next field says "If yes, give the date the compromise or arrangement was sanctioned by court." To the right of the field is a calendar icon that you can click on to select the date instead of typing it in. The next field says "If yes, was the compromise or arrangement approved by the creditors before the initial application was made?" with a drop-down menu to select a response. The last field says "If yes, was the compromise or arrangement completed?" with a drop-down menu to select a response.

    Below the Compromise or Arrangement section, separated by a line, are four buttons. To the far left is a button labelled Previous, with a button labelled Next to its immediate right. To the far right are two more buttons side by side. Of these two, the one on the left is labelled Save as Draft and the one on the right is labelled Cancel.

    1. The Form 3: debtor company information summary — step 3 of 5 screen is displayed. If there is a foreign proceeding associated with the file, complete the Foreign Proceedings and Foreign Representative sections.
    2. Complete at least the required fields in the Monitor Representative Sign-off section (you do this even if no foreign proceeding is associated with the file), and then click on "Next."

    Figure 31: Form 3: Debtor Company Information Summary — Step 3 of 5 screen

    Form 3: Debtor Company Information Summary — Step 3 of 5 screen (the long description is located below the image)
    Description of Figure 31

    This screen, with the title Form 3: Debtor Company Information Summary — Step 3 of 3, has the subtitle Information Respecting Foreign Proceedings, and is displayed when you have selected Next from the Step 2 of 3 screen. The screen says that required fields are indicated by a red asterisk.

    The screen is presented as a form in three sections: Foreign Proceedings, Foreign Representative and Monitor Representative Sign-off.

    The first field in the Foreign Proceedings section says "Indicate whether the proceeding is" with a drop-down menu to select the response. The second field says "Date of first order in foreign proceeding" with a box where you can type in the date. To the right of the field is a calendar icon that you can click on to select the date instead of typing it in.

    The first field in the Foreign Representative section is Name. The second field is country, with a drop-down menu. The next field is Name of court, followed by Judicial district and then by Court file number.

    The Monitor Representative Sign-off section is set off by its own subtitle: "Monitor Representative Responsible for Proceedings." The first two fields in this section, Monitor Representative and Monitor Licence, will already be completed. The next two, City and Province, are marked as required fields, with Province providing a drop-down menu. Below Province, it says: "If other, please specify Province/State and Country" with a field for Other Province/State. The next field is Country, with a drop-down menu that has Canada selected. The last field in this section is a required field. It is the Date on which this form was signed by the monitor representative. You can type in the date (the example uses the four-digit year dash two-digit month dash two-digit day format). To the right of the field is a calendar icon that you can click on to select the date instead of typing it in.

    Below the Monitor Representative Sign-off section, separated by a line, are four buttons. To the far left is a button labelled Previous, with a button labelled Next to its immediate right. To the far right are two more buttons side by side. Of these two, the one on the left is labelled Save as Draft and the one on the right is labelled Cancel.

  6. The Form 3: debtor company information summary — step 4 of 5 screen is displayed, which is where you upload supporting documents, if required.

    Note:

    You cannot upload a document that exceeds 20 Mb. Divide large files into smaller ones less than 20 Mb.

  7. In the Upload Document section, click on the box in the Document type field to display a drop-down list. From the list, select the type of document you are uploading.
  8. In Document description, type in a description, especially to specify the nature of documents identified as "Other" in Document type.
  9. Click on "Browse" to find and select the necessary document.
    1. Click on "Add Document."
    2. Repeat steps 8–11 for other supporting documents, if required.

    As each supporting document is uploaded, it is displayed in the Attached Documents section of the screen.

    Figure 32: Form 3: Debtor Company Information Summary – step 4 of 5 screen before any documents uploaded

    Form 3: Debtor Company Information Summary – step 4 of 5 screen before any documents uploaded (the long description is located below the image)
    Description of Figure 32

    This screen, with the title Form 3: Debtor Company Information Summary — Attachments, has the subtitle Supporting Documents, and is displayed when you have selected Next from the Step 3 of 3 screen. The screen says "If you have further supporting documents, please upload them here." It also has a note: "The maximum size for each attachment is 20 megabytes."

    The first section of the screen is a box labelled Upload Document. It has three fields. The first field is Document Type, and it provides a drop-down menu that you can use to select the type of document you want to upload. The second field is where you type in the document description. The third field is where you type in the filename of your document or use the Browse button to the right of the field to look through the files on your computer to select the correct file. The bottom right corner of that section is a button labelled "Add Document."

    The second section is a table labelled Attached Documents, and the screen shows how it looks before any files have been attached. The box includes a table with three columns, under the headings Document Type, Document Description and Actions. Below it, but still in the box, is a blank line, indicating that no information has been input yet.

    Below the table, separated by a line, are four buttons. To the far left is a button labelled Previous, with a button labelled Next to its immediate right. To the far right are two more buttons side by side. Of these two, the one on the left is labelled Save as Draft and the one on the right is labelled Cancel.

    1. When you finish uploading supporting documents, click on "Next" to continue. A Confirmation summary screen displays all the information.
    2. Review the confirmation summary.
    3. If you need to change something, click on the "Previous" button until you reach the page with the error and correct it. Then click on "Next" until you reach the confirmation summary again.
  10. When you are satisfied, click on the "Submit" button. A Submission successful message is displayed.
  11. Click on the "Ok" button to accept. The file summary screen is displayed.

    The Date Submitted column in the Filed Documents section shows the date the form was filed.

Note:

Once you complete and submit this form, the Office of the Superintendent of Bankruptcy (OSB) will review the information. If there is anything incorrect or missing, the OSB will notify you by email of what changes to make, which you do by amending the form.

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7. Form 4: Notice by Debtor Company to Disclaim or Resiliate an Agreement

Form 4 is used under the Companies' Creditors Arrangement Act (CCAA) to give notice to the other parties of an agreement of a debtor company's intention to disclaim or resiliate an agreement. File this form only if the Office of the Superintendent of Bankruptcy (OSB) requests it.

  1. Log in or go to the CCAA Online Filing System — dashboard screen.

    Figure 33: Online Filing System — dashboard screen showing active files

    Online Filing System — dashboard screen showing active files (the long description is located below the image)
    Description of Figure 33

    This screen, with the title CCAA Online Filing System — Dashboard, is displayed when you log in or go to the Dashboard in the left-hand menu.
    The left-hand menu has the heading CCAA Management, and then Dashboard is the first item. The next item in the menu is File New Form 1 The next item is Monitor Substitution Form 1. The final menu item is Logout.

    The screen shows a table to the right of the menu. The table is labelled All Active Files, with three columns under the headings OSB File Number, Debtor Company Name and Date of First OSB Submission. In the examples, there are two active files, with the file numbers in the first column displayed as hyperlinks. They are identified as Debtor 1 and Debtor 2 in the example, and show the date of first OSB submission using the four-digit year dash two-digit month dash two-digit day format.

  2. In the All Active Files section, click on the file number of the file you want. The debtor company's file summary screen is displayed.
  3. In the Filed Documents section, click on the "Add a form" icon (Icon of paper with a plus sign to denote Add a form) in the Actions column for Form 4.

    Figure 34: File summary screen with Add a form icon circled for Form 4

    File summary screen with Add a form icon circled for Form 4 (the long description is located below the image)
    Description of Figure 34

    This sample file summary screen is to show how to start the process of filing Form 4 for Debtor 1, the title at the top, with Debtor 1's OSB file number listed on the second line.

    Below that is a legend for the table at the bottom of the screen. The left column of the legend identifies the icons for three types of status. The first status icon is a white circle, which indicates that a form has not been submitted yet. The second status icon is a yellow circle, which indicates that a form is in draft mode. The third status icon is a green circle, which indicates that a form has been submitted.

    The right column of the legend identifies the icons for five types of actions. The first action icon, a sheet of paper with a green circle in the lower right corner, indicates Add a form. The second action icon, a sheet of paper with a magnifying glass in the lower right corner, indicates View a form. The third action icon, a sheet of paper with a pencil on top, indicates Edit a draft form. The fourth action icon, a sheet of paper with a red circle in the lower right corner, indicates Delete a form. The fifth action icon, a sheet of paper with a green arrow in the lower right corner, indicates Amend and re-submit a form.

    Below the legend is a table labelled Filed Documents. It has four columns under the headings Status, List of Forms, Date Submitted and Actions. There are five rows under the headings, identified in the second column as Form 1, Initial Application and Order, Form 2, Form 3, and Form 4, under the heading List of Forms. The status column shows the first four rows are green circles, so these forms have been submitted. The third column shows the date these forms were submitted, using the four-digit year dash two-digit month dash two-digit day format. The fourth column has two icons for these forms, showing that the available actions are either viewing the forms or amending and re-submitting them. The fifth row, Form 4, has an Add a form icon that is circled to indicate that this is the icon that you need to click on to begin filing Form 4.

  4. The Form 4: notice by debtor company to disclaim or resiliate an agreement — step 1 of 3 screen is displayed. Complete at least the required fields (those marked with *), and then click on the "Next" button.

    Figure 35: Form 4 – Notice by Debtor Company to Disclaim or Resiliate an Agreement — step 1 of 3

    Form 4: Notice by Debtor Company to Disclaim or Resiliate an Agreement — step 1 of 3 screen (the long description is located below the image)
    Description of Figure 35

    This screen, with the title Form 4: Notice by Debtor Company to Disclaim or Resiliate an Agreement, is displayed when you have selected Form 4 from the file summary screen. The screen says that required fields are indicated by a red asterisk.

    The screen then presents five sections: Notice Given To, Proceedings Details, Agreement Details, Debtor Company Sign-off, and Monitor Approval and Sign-off.

    The Notice Given To section starts with Monitor, a field already completed by the system. The next field, a required field, is Parties to the agreement, with three spaces provided to type in the names of the parties; the example says Member 1 on the first line, Member 2 on the second line and leaves the third line blank. Below the blank line is a hyperlink to click on that says "Add another name."

    The Proceedings Details section has two required fields: Name of debtor company and Proceedings commencement date (the example uses the four-digit year dash two-digit month dash two-digit day format). To the right of the field is a calendar icon that you can click on to select the date instead of typing it in.

    In the Agreement Details section, the first field is marked as a required field. It says: "Details to identify agreement(s) that the debtor intends to disclaim or resiliate," with a box to type in the details. The second field is also a required field and says "Disclaimer or resiliation date: being 30 days after the date of the notice, if no application is made for an order that the agreement is not to be disclaimed or resiliated. The example uses the four-digit year dash two-digit month dash two-digit day format. To the right of the field is a calendar icon that you can click on to select the date instead of typing it in.

    Between the Agreement Details section and the Debtor Company Sign-off section is a paragraph that says: "Pursuant to subsection 32(2) of the Act, within 15 days after the day on which this notice is given, any party to the agreement may, with notice to the other parties to the agreement and to the monitor, apply to court for an order that the agreement is not to be disclaimed or resiliated."

    The fourth section, Debtor Company Sign-off, starts with two required fields: City and Province, with Province providing a drop-down menu. Below Province, it says: "If other, please specify Province/State and Country" with a field for Other Province/State. The next field is Country, with a drop-down menu that has Canada selected. The last field in this section is a required field. It is the Date on which this form was signed by the debtor company. You can type in the date (the example uses the four-digit year dash two-digit month dash two-digit day format). To the right of the field is a calendar icon that you can click on to select the date instead of typing it in.

    The fifth section, Monitor Approval and Sign-off, is set off by its own subtitle: "Monitor Representative Responsible for Proceedings." The first field in this section, a required field, says "Monitor approves proposed disclaimer or resiliation," with a drop-down menu that shows "Yes" selected. The next two fields, Monitor Representative and Monitor Licence, will already be completed. The next two, City and Province, are marked as required fields, with Province providing a drop-down menu. Below Province, it says: "If other, please specify Province/State and Country" with a field for Other Province/State. The next field is Country, with a drop-down menu that has Canada selected. The last field in this section is a required field. It is the Date on which this form was signed by the monitor representative. You can type in the date (the example uses the four-digit year dash two-digit month dash two-digit day format). To the right of the field is a calendar icon that you can click on to select the date instead of typing it in.

    Below the Monitor Approval and Sign-off section, separated by a line, are three buttons. To the far left is a button labelled Next. To the far right are two buttons: the left button is labelled Save as Draft and the right button is labelled Cancel.

    Tip

    If you cannot complete a form in a single session, use the "Save as Draft" button.
    When you choose this button, you save all information already entered up to that point. You can add the rest of the information at a later time by selecting the file number from the dashboard, finding the draft form in the file summary screen — in the Form Status column, it will say "Form is in draft mode" — and then clicking on the "Edit a draft form" icon (Icon of pencil to denote edit draft form) in the Actions column. You also have the option to "Delete a draft form" (Icon of trash can to denote delete a draft form).
    Clicking on "Save as Draft" returns you to the CCAA Online Filing System — Dashboard.

    Figure 36: File summary screen showing draft status of Form1 and legend for actions

    File summary screen showing draft status of Form1 and legend for actions (the long description is located below the image)
    Description of Figure 36

    This sample file summary screen is to show how to amend a draft form for Debtor 1, the title at the top, with Debtor 1's OSB file number listed on the second line.

    Below that is a legend for the table at the bottom of the screen. The left column of the legend identifies the icons for three types of status. The first status icon is a white circle, which indicates that a form has not been submitted yet. The second status icon is a yellow circle, which indicates that a form is in draft mode. The third status icon is a green circle, which indicates that a form has been submitted.

    The right column of the legend identifies the icons for five types of actions. The first action icon, a sheet of paper with a green circle in the lower right corner, indicates Add a form. The second action icon, a sheet of paper with a magnifying glass in the lower right corner, indicates View a form. The third action icon, a sheet of paper with a pencil on top, indicates Edit a draft form. The fourth action icon, a sheet of paper with a red circle in the lower right corner, indicates Delete a form. The fifth action icon, a sheet of paper with a green arrow in the lower right corner, indicates Amend and re-submit a form.

    Below the legend is a table labelled Filed Documents. It has four columns under the headings Status, List of Forms, Date Submitted and Actions. There are five rows under the headings, identified in the second column as Form 1, Initial Application and Order, Form 2, Form 3, and Form 4, under the heading List of Forms. The status column shows the first row is a yellow circle, indicating it is a draft form. The Date Submitted column is blank for all the forms. The Actions column has two icons for the draft Form 1, showing that the available actions are either editing a draft form or deleting a draft form. It also has an add a form icon for Initial Application and Order and for Form 4, but this column is blank for Forms 2 and 3.

  5. The Form 4: notice by debtor company to disclaim or resiliate an agreement ― step 2 of 3 screen is displayed, which is where you upload supporting documents, if required.

    Note:

    You cannot upload a document that exceeds 20 Mb. Divide large files into smaller ones less than 20 Mb.

  6. In the Upload Document section, click on the box in the Document type field to display a drop-down list. From the list, select the type of document you are uploading.
  7. In Document description, type in a description, especially to specify the nature of documents identified as "Other" in Document type.
  8. Click on "Browse" to find and select the necessary document.
    1. Click on "Add Document."
    2. Repeat steps 6–9 for other supporting documents, if required.

      As each supporting document is uploaded, it is displayed in the Attached Documents section of the screen.

      Figure 37: Form 4: Notice by Debtor Company to Disclaim or Resiliate an Agreement — step 2 of 3 screen

      Form 4: Notice by Debtor Company to Disclaim or Resiliate an Agreement — step 2 of 3 screen (the long description is located below the image)
      Description of Figure 37

      This screen, with the title Form 4: Notice by Debtor Company to Disclaim or Resiliate an Agreement, has the subtitle Supporting Documents, and is displayed when you have selected Next from the previous Form 4: Notice by Debtor Company to Disclaim or Resiliate an Agreement screen. The screen says "If you have further supporting documents, please upload them here." It also has a note: "The maximum size for each attachment is 20 megabytes."

      The first section of the screen is a box labelled Upload Document. It has three fields. The first field is Document Type, and it provides a drop-down menu that you can use to select the type of document you want to upload. The second field is where you type in the document description. The third field is where you type in the filename of your document or use the Browse button to the right of the field to look through the files on your computer to select the correct file. The bottom right corner of that section is a button labelled "Add Document."

      The second section is a table labelled Attached Documents, and the screen shows how it looks before any files have been attached. The box includes a table with three columns, under the headings Document Type, Document Description and Document Actions. Below it, but still in the box, is a blank line, indicating that no information has been input yet.

      Below the table, separated by a line, are four buttons. To the far left is a button labelled Previous, with a button labelled Next to its immediate right. To the far right are two more buttons side by side. Of these two, the one on the left is labelled Save as Draft and the one on the right is labelled Cancel.

    1. When you finish uploading supporting documents, click on "Next" to continue. A Confirmation summary screen displays all the information.
    2. Review the confirmation summary.
    3. If you need to change something, click on the "Previous" button until you reach the page with the error and correct it. Then click on "Next" until you reach the confirmation summary again.
  9. When you are satisfied, click on the "Submit" button. A Submission successful message is displayed.
  10. Click on the "Ok" button to accept. The file summary screen is displayed.

    The Date Submitted column in the Filed Documents section shows the date the form was filed.

Note:

Once you complete and submit this form, the OSB will review the information. If there is anything incorrect or missing, the OSB will notify you by email of what changes to make, which you do by amending the form.

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