408. The funds and assets of a party whose authorization has been withdrawn shall be remitted to the chief electoral officer by the persons holding them not later than ten days after they have been notified of the withdrawal.
The party shall transmit to the chief electoral officer, within 60 days after the withdrawal of authorization,
(1) a closing financial report for the period running from the date of authorization or, as the case may be, from the end of the period covered by the preceding financial report to the date of the withdrawal of authorization, unless it has already been transmitted with the application for withdrawal;
(2) the preceding financial report, where it has not been filed with the treasurer, and the auditor’s report pertaining to it, unless they have already been filed with the application for withdrawal;
(3) a list of its creditors including their names, addresses and the amounts due to each.
In addition, the party shall also, at the request of the chief electoral officer, remit to him any book, account or document relating to its financial business.
1987, c. 57, s. 408; 2008, c. 18, s. 73.