A-32.1 - Insurers Act

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111. For the purposes of section 110, the holder of control of a business corporation has exclusive control of the corporation if that holder alone can choose all the directors and exercise the voting rights attached to all the shares issued by the corporation, provided that, if applicable, the holder holds all the securities that are convertible into such shares carrying voting rights and all the rights to acquire such shares.
Similarly, the member mutual companies of a federation are considered to have exclusive control of a business corporation if only member mutual companies of the federation can choose all the directors of the corporation and exercise the voting rights attached to all the shares issued by the corporation, provided that, if applicable, they hold all the securities that are convertible into such shares carrying voting rights and all the rights to acquire such shares.
2018, c. 23, s. 32018, c. 23, s. 3.
In force: 2019-06-13
111. For the purposes of section 110, the holder of control of a business corporation has exclusive control of the corporation if that holder alone can choose all the directors and exercise the voting rights attached to all the shares issued by the corporation, provided that, if applicable, the holder holds all the securities that are convertible into such shares carrying voting rights and all the rights to acquire such shares.
Similarly, the member mutual companies of a federation are considered to have exclusive control of a business corporation if only member mutual companies of the federation can choose all the directors of the corporation and exercise the voting rights attached to all the shares issued by the corporation, provided that, if applicable, they hold all the securities that are convertible into such shares carrying voting rights and all the rights to acquire such shares.
2018, c. 23, s. 32018, c. 23, s. 3.