Form 20.1—Certificate of Appointment of Trustee

For persons to which the 2009 amendments apply

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Form 20.1

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(Rule 85)

District of: Space to insert name of district
Division No.: Space to insert division number
Court No.: Space to insert court number
Estate No.: Space to insert estate number


In the Matter of the Bankruptcy of:

Space to insert name of debtor

 Space to insert signature of the Licensed Insolvency Trustee
Licensed Insolvency Trustee

Space to insert name of administration Administration

Date and time of bankruptcy: Space to insert date and time of bankruptcy

Date of trustee appointment: Space to insert date of trustee appointment

Meeting of creditors: Space to insert name of meeting of creditors

Chair: Space to insert chairperson

Security: Space to insert type of security

certificate of appointment–Section 49 of the Act; Rule 85

I, the undersigned, official receiver in and for this bankruptcy district, do hereby certify that:

  • the aforenamed debtor filed a consumer proposal under section 66.13 and, subsequently filed prior to Court approval or deemed Court approval, an assignment under section 49 of the Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act;
  • he aforenamed trustee was duly appointed trustee of the estate of the debtor.

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.

Space to insert signature of official receiver
Official Receiver

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