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What is a conservatory measure?
The Superintendent of Bankruptcy puts in place conservatory measures when a bankruptcy or insolvency estate needs protection. It might be in cases of Licensed Insolvency Trustee (LIT) malfeasance or if serious wrongdoing on the part of a LIT puts estate files at risk. Conservatory measures may also be put in place if a LIT becomes ill or dies without a valid succession agreement. Finally, conservatory measures may be put in place if a LIT, for whatever reason, has allowed the administration of his or her practice to become substandard.
2007—Directions for Removal of Conservatory Measures
- The Royal Bank of Canada—April 25, 2007
- Bank of Montreal—April 25, 2007
- The Scotia Bank—April 25, 2007
- TD Canada Trust, St-Laurent, Montreal—April 25, 2007
- TD Canada Trust – Côte vertu, St-Laurent—April 25, 2007
- TD Canada Trust – Chabanel, Montreal—April 25, 2007
- Official Receiver—April 25, 2007
- Patricia Couture, Roger Rousselle and François Leblanc—April 25, 2007
2006—Directions for Conservatory Measures
- The Royal Bank of Canada—July 4, 2006
- Bank of Montreal—July 4, 2006
- The Scotia Bank—July 4, 2006
- TD Canada Trust, St-Laurent, Montreal—July 4, 2006
- TD Canada Trust – Côte vertu, St-Laurent—July 4, 2006
- TD Canada Trust – Chabanel, Montreal—July 4, 2006
- Official Receiver—July 4, 2006
- Patricia Couture, Roger Rousselle and François Leblanc—July 4, 2006
- Daniel Robitaille—July 4, 2006
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