I-13.2.2, r. 1 - Regulation respecting the application of the Deposit Institutions and Deposit Protection Act

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42. This Regulation replaces the Regulation respecting the application of the Deposit Insurance Act (O.C. 819-93, 93-06-09) except for sections 12 and 50 of the Regulation, which continue to be in force until they are replaced by a regulation approved by the government.
The sections 12 and 50 of the Regulation respecting the application of the Deposit Insurance Act (O.C. 819-93, 93-06-09) will read as follows:
12. Upon receipt of proof that a registered institution’s permit has been damaged, lost, stolen or destroyed, the Authority shall issue a new permit. In such case, the fee payable by the institution is $60.
Where the permit has been damaged, the institution shall return it to the Authority upon receipt of a replacement permit.
A permit replaced in accordance with the first paragraph becomes void once the new permit is issued by the Authority.
50. The costs incurred in the examination of the affairs of a registered institution shall be borne by the institution concerned.
Notwithstanding the foregoing, where an institution’s affairs are examined by the Authority in accordance with section 42 of the Act and, in whole or in part, under another Act that applies to the institution, only that portion of the costs attributable solely to the examination under section 42 of the Act is to be borne by the institution so examined.
The institution shall pay the Authority the costs provided for in this section not later than on the 30th day following a request by the Authority that it do so.
M.O. 2010-12, s. 42.
42. This Regulation replaces the Regulation respecting the application of the Deposit Insurance Act (O.C. 819-93, 93-06-09) except for sections 12 and 50 of the Regulation, which continue to be in force until they are replaced by a regulation approved by the government.
The sections 12 and 50 of the Regulation respecting the application of the Deposit Insurance Act (O.C. 819-93, 93-06-09) will read as follows:
12. Upon receipt of proof that a registered institution’s permit has been damaged, lost, stolen or destroyed, the Authority shall issue a new permit. In such case, the fee payable by the institution is $58.50.
Where the permit has been damaged, the institution shall return it to the Authority upon receipt of a replacement permit.
A permit replaced in accordance with the first paragraph becomes void once the new permit is issued by the Authority.
50. The costs incurred in the examination of the affairs of a registered institution shall be borne by the institution concerned.
Notwithstanding the foregoing, where an institution’s affairs are examined by the Authority in accordance with section 42 of the Act and, in whole or in part, under another Act that applies to the institution, only that portion of the costs attributable solely to the examination under section 42 of the Act is to be borne by the institution so examined.
The institution shall pay the Authority the costs provided for in this section not later than on the 30th day following a request by the Authority that it do so.
M.O. 2010-12, s. 42.
42. This Regulation replaces the Regulation respecting the application of the Deposit Insurance Act (O.C. 819-93, 93-06-09) except for sections 12 and 50 of the Regulation, which continue to be in force until they are replaced by a regulation approved by the government.
The sections 12 and 50 of the Regulation respecting the application of the Deposit Insurance Act (O.C. 819-93, 93-06-09) will read as follows:
12. Upon receipt of proof that a registered institution’s permit has been damaged, lost, stolen or destroyed, the Authority shall issue a new permit. In such case, the fee payable by the institution is $57.75.
Where the permit has been damaged, the institution shall return it to the Authority upon receipt of a replacement permit.
A permit replaced in accordance with the first paragraph becomes void once the new permit is issued by the Authority.
50. The costs incurred in the examination of the affairs of a registered institution shall be borne by the institution concerned.
Notwithstanding the foregoing, where an institution’s affairs are examined by the Authority in accordance with section 42 of the Act and, in whole or in part, under another Act that applies to the institution, only that portion of the costs attributable solely to the examination under section 42 of the Act is to be borne by the institution so examined.
The institution shall pay the Authority the costs provided for in this section not later than on the 30th day following a request by the Authority that it do so.
M.O. 2010-12, s. 42.
42. This Regulation replaces the Regulation respecting the application of the Deposit Insurance Act (O.C. 819-93, 93-06-09) except for sections 12 and 50 of the Regulation, which continue to be in force until they are replaced by a regulation approved by the government.
The sections 12 and 50 of the Regulation respecting the application of the Deposit Insurance Act (O.C. 819-93, 93-06-09) will read as follows:
12. Upon receipt of proof that a registered institution’s permit has been damaged, lost, stolen or destroyed, the Authority shall issue a new permit. In such case, the fee payable by the institution is $56,75.
Where the permit has been damaged, the institution shall return it to the Authority upon receipt of a replacement permit.
A permit replaced in accordance with the first paragraph becomes void once the new permit is issued by the Authority.
50. The costs incurred in the examination of the affairs of a registered institution shall be borne by the institution concerned.
Notwithstanding the foregoing, where an institution’s affairs are examined by the Authority in accordance with section 42 of the Act and, in whole or in part, under another Act that applies to the institution, only that portion of the costs attributable solely to the examination under section 42 of the Act is to be borne by the institution so examined.
The institution shall pay the Authority the costs provided for in this section not later than on the 30th day following a request by the Authority that it do so.
M.O. 2010-12, s. 42; .
42. This Regulation replaces the Regulation respecting the application of the Deposit Insurance Act (O.C. 819-93, 93-06-09) except for sections 12 and 50 of the Regulation, which continue to be in force until they are replaced by a regulation approved by the government.
The sections 12 and 50 of the Regulation respecting the application of the Deposit Insurance Act (O.C. 819-93, 93-06-09) will read as follows:
12. Upon receipt of proof that a registered institution’s permit has been damaged, lost, stolen or destroyed, the Authority shall issue a new permit. In such case, the fee payable by the institution is $55,75.
Where the permit has been damaged, the institution shall return it to the Authority upon receipt of a replacement permit.
A permit replaced in accordance with the first paragraph becomes void once the new permit is issued by the Authority.
50. The costs incurred in the examination of the affairs of a registered institution shall be borne by the institution concerned.
Notwithstanding the foregoing, where an institution’s affairs are examined by the Authority in accordance with section 42 of the Act and, in whole or in part, under another Act that applies to the institution, only that portion of the costs attributable solely to the examination under section 42 of the Act is to be borne by the institution so examined.
The institution shall pay the Authority the costs provided for in this section not later than on the 30th day following a request by the Authority that it do so.
M.O. 2010-12, s. 42; .
42. This Regulation replaces the Regulation respecting the application of the Deposit Insurance Act (O.C. 819-93, 93-06-09) except for sections 12 and 50 of the Regulation, which continue to be in force until they are replaced by a regulation approved by the government.
The sections 12 and 50 of the Regulation respecting the application of the Deposit Insurance Act (O.C. 819-93, 93-06-09) will read as follows:
12. Upon receipt of proof that a registered institution’s permit has been damaged, lost, stolen or destroyed, the Authority shall issue a new permit. In such case, the fee payable by the institution is $55,25.
Where the permit has been damaged, the institution shall return it to the Authority upon receipt of a replacement permit.
A permit replaced in accordance with the first paragraph becomes void once the new permit is issued by the Authority.
50. The costs incurred in the examination of the affairs of a registered institution shall be borne by the institution concerned.
Notwithstanding the foregoing, where an institution’s affairs are examined by the Authority in accordance with section 42 of the Act and, in whole or in part, under another Act that applies to the institution, only that portion of the costs attributable solely to the examination under section 42 of the Act is to be borne by the institution so examined.
The institution shall pay the Authority the costs provided for in this section not later than on the 30th day following a request by the Authority that it do so.
M.O. 2010-12, s. 42; .
42. This Regulation replaces the Regulation respecting the application of the Deposit Insurance Act (O.C. 819-93, 93-06-09) except for sections 12 and 50 of the Regulation, which continue to be in force until they are replaced by a regulation approved by the government.
The sections 12 and 50 of the Regulation respecting the application of the Deposit Insurance Act (O.C. 819-93, 93-06-09) will read as follows:
12. Upon receipt of proof that a registered institution’s permit has been damaged, lost, stolen or destroyed, the Authority shall issue a new permit. In such case, the fee payable by the institution is $54.75.
Where the permit has been damaged, the institution shall return it to the Authority upon receipt of a replacement permit.
A permit replaced in accordance with the first paragraph becomes void once the new permit is issued by the Authority.
50. The costs incurred in the examination of the affairs of a registered institution shall be borne by the institution concerned.
Notwithstanding the foregoing, where an institution’s affairs are examined by the Authority in accordance with section 42 of the Act and, in whole or in part, under another Act that applies to the institution, only that portion of the costs attributable solely to the examination under section 42 of the Act is to be borne by the institution so examined.
The institution shall pay the Authority the costs provided for in this section not later than on the 30th day following a request by the Authority that it do so.
M.O. 2010-12, s. 42; .
42. This Regulation replaces the Regulation respecting the application of the Deposit Insurance Act (O.C. 819-93, 93-06-09) except for sections 12 and 50 of the Regulation, which continue to be in force until they are replaced by a regulation approved by the government.
The sections 12 and 50 of the Regulation respecting the application of the Deposit Insurance Act (O.C. 819-93, 93-06-09) will read as follows:
12. Upon receipt of proof that a registered institution’s permit has been damaged, lost, stolen or destroyed, the Authority shall issue a new permit. In such case, the fee payable by the institution is $54.25.
Where the permit has been damaged, the institution shall return it to the Authority upon receipt of a replacement permit.
A permit replaced in accordance with the first paragraph becomes void once the new permit is issued by the Authority.
50. The costs incurred in the examination of the affairs of a registered institution shall be borne by the institution concerned.
Notwithstanding the foregoing, where an institution’s affairs are examined by the Authority in accordance with section 42 of the Act and, in whole or in part, under another Act that applies to the institution, only that portion of the costs attributable solely to the examination under section 42 of the Act is to be borne by the institution so examined.
The institution shall pay the Authority the costs provided for in this section not later than on the 30th day following a request by the Authority that it do so.
M.O. 2010-12, s. 42.
42. This Regulation replaces the Regulation respecting the application of the Deposit Insurance Act (O.C. 819-93, 93-06-09) except for sections 12 and 50 of the Regulation, which continue to be in force until they are replaced by a regulation approved by the government.
The sections 12 and 50 of the Regulation respecting the application of the Deposit Insurance Act (O.C. 819-93, 93-06-09) will read as follows:
12. Upon receipt of proof that a registered institution’s permit has been damaged, lost, stolen or destroyed, the Authority shall issue a new permit. In such case, the fee payable by the institution is $53.75.
Where the permit has been damaged, the institution shall return it to the Authority upon receipt of a replacement permit.
A permit replaced in accordance with the first paragraph becomes void once the new permit is issued by the Authority.
50. The costs incurred in the examination of the affairs of a registered institution shall be borne by the institution concerned.
Notwithstanding the foregoing, where an institution’s affairs are examined by the Authority in accordance with section 42 of the Act and, in whole or in part, under another Act that applies to the institution, only that portion of the costs attributable solely to the examination under section 42 of the Act is to be borne by the institution so examined.
The institution shall pay the Authority the costs provided for in this section not later than on the 30th day following a request by the Authority that it do so.
M.O. 2010-12, s. 42.
42. This Regulation replaces the Regulation respecting the application of the Deposit Insurance Act (O.C. 819-93, 93-06-09) except for sections 12 and 50 of the Regulation, which continue to be in force until they are replaced by a regulation approved by the government.
The sections 12 and 50 of the Regulation respecting the application of the Deposit Insurance Act (O.C. 819-93, 93-06-09) will read as follows:
12. Upon receipt of proof that a registered institution’s permit has been damaged, lost, stolen or destroyed, the Authority shall issue a new permit. In such case, the fee payable by the institution is $53.25.
Where the permit has been damaged, the institution shall return it to the Authority upon receipt of a replacement permit.
A permit replaced in accordance with the first paragraph becomes void once the new permit is issued by the Authority.
50. The costs incurred in the examination of the affairs of a registered institution shall be borne by the institution concerned.
Notwithstanding the foregoing, where an institution’s affairs are examined by the Authority in accordance with section 42 of the Act and, in whole or in part, under another Act that applies to the institution, only that portion of the costs attributable solely to the examination under section 42 of the Act is to be borne by the institution so examined.
The institution shall pay the Authority the costs provided for in this section not later than on the 30th day following a request by the Authority that it do so.
M.O. 2010-12, s. 42.
42. This Regulation replaces the Regulation respecting the application of the Deposit Insurance Act (O.C. 819-93, 93-06-09) except for sections 12 and 50 of the Regulation, which continue to be in force until they are replaced by a regulation approved by the government.
The sections 12 and 50 of the Regulation respecting the application of the Deposit Insurance Act (O.C. 819-93, 93-06-09) will read as follows:
12. Upon receipt of proof that a registered institution’s permit has been damaged, lost, stolen or destroyed, the Authority shall issue a new permit. In such case, the fee payable by the institution is $52.
Where the permit has been damaged, the institution shall return it to the Authority upon receipt of a replacement permit.
A permit replaced in accordance with the first paragraph becomes void once the new permit is issued by the Authority.
50. The costs incurred in the examination of the affairs of a registered institution shall be borne by the institution concerned.
Notwithstanding the foregoing, where an institution’s affairs are examined by the Authority in accordance with section 42 of the Act and, in whole or in part, under another Act that applies to the institution, only that portion of the costs attributable solely to the examination under section 42 of the Act is to be borne by the institution so examined.
The institution shall pay the Authority the costs provided for in this section not later than on the 30th day following a request by the Authority that it do so.
M.O. 2010-12, s. 42.