131. (1) A company may be dissolved if it prove, to the satisfaction of the Inspector General
(a) That it has no debts or obligations, or
(b) That it has parted with its property, divided its assets rateably among its shareholders or members, and has no debts or liabilities; or
(c) That the debts and obligations of the company have been duly provided for or protected, or that the creditors of the company or their successors consent; and
(d) That the company has given notice to the Inspector General of its intention to apply for dissolution, by filing a declaration to that effect in accordance with the Act respecting the legal publicity of sole proprietorships, partnerships and legal persons (chapter P-45) and by making an announcement to that effect, once in a newspaper published in the French language and once in a newspaper published in the English language at or as near as may be to the place where the company has its head office.