Section C: Realization and Claim Submission
Once a claim is final, the Minister is subrogated to all the rights of the lender up to the amount paid. Regs s.40
When a final claim is paid, no further collection measures are to be initiated or pursued by a lender or its agents (e.g. a collection agency). However, a lender can execute judgments obtained before the final claim was submitted. For example, if a lender obtained a judgment and registered a lien on the borrower's or guarantor's or surety's residence during the realization process, it may collect on the lien when the residence is sold.
The lender must forward to the CSBFP Directorate 85% of any money it receives after the payment of the final claim (e.g. money received on judgments, dividends from Trustees, etc.). The cheque must be made payable to the Receiver General for Canada and include supporting documents (e.g., release, lawyer's correspondence, the source of the funds etc.) and a detailed calculation of how the lender arrived at the CSBFP Directorate's share.
Where a claim has been submitted without the Final Report or Statement of Receipts and Disbursements of a Trustee in bankruptcy or Receiver, a copy of the Trustee's or Receiver's final report/statement and the share of any dividends are to be forwarded to the CSBF Directorate as soon as it is received by the lender.
If the lender inadvertently either excluded the CSBF loan from the proof of claim or has inadvertently claimed a lesser amount for the CSBF loan, the CSBF Directorate will deem the proof of claim was filed and will calculate the amount owing from the lender.
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