P-44.1 - Act respecting the legal publicity of enterprises

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96. The registrar may cancel ex officio an entry or the deposit in the register of a declaration or of a document transferred under an agreement entered into under section 117 or 118 if the declaration or document that was the basis for the entry or deposit was filed without right.
The same applies to
(1)  a part of such a declaration or document where the part was filed without right; and
(2)  the recording or deposit of a notice of closure or a notice of liquidation described in the first paragraph of section 62, a notice required under any of articles 306, 358 and 359 of the Civil Code or a notice of liquidation filed under the Business Corporations Act (chapter S-31.1).
The registrar records the cancellation in the register and informs the registrant.
2010, c. 7, s. 96; 2020, c. 52020, c. 5, s. 184.
96. The registrar may cancel ex officio an entry or the deposit in the register of a declaration or of a document transferred under an agreement entered into under section 117 or 118 if the declaration or document that was the basis for the entry or was deposited was filed without right.
The same applies to the recording or deposit of a notice of closure or a notice of liquidation described in the first paragraph of section 62, a notice required under article 306, 358 or 359 of the Civil Code or a notice of liquidation filed under the Business Corporations Act (chapter S-31.1).
The registrar informs the registrant of the cancellation.
2010, c. 7, s. 96.