R-15.1, r. 3 - Regulation to provide a framework for settlement of the benefits of members and beneficiaries of plans covered by subdivision 4.0.1 of Division II of Chapter XIII of the Supplemental Pension Plans Act and for administration by Retraite Québec of certain pensions paid out of the assets of the plans

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9. Within 120 days of the date on which it is informed of a situation described in section 199 of the Act that gives rise to an amendment to the plan to cover the withdrawal of an employer from a multi-employer pension plan, the pension committee must file an application for registration of the amendment with Retraite Québec and, for approval, the report required under section 202 of the Act, hereinafter referred to as the withdrawal report.
Within 120 days after receipt of a notice of termination or a decision by Retraite Québec terminating the pension plan, the pension committee must send Retraite Québec, for approval, the termination report required under the first paragraph of section 207.2 of the Act.
If all or any part of the plan is under provisional administration, the time limit set out in the first and second paragraphs begins to run only on the effective date of Retraite Québec’s decision whereby it assumes the provisional administration or designates the person or body to whom it is entrusted.
O.C. 863-2010, s. 9; 426-2019O.C. 426-2019, s. 2.
9. Within 60 days of the date on which it is informed of a situation described in section 199 of the Act that gives rise to an amendment to the plan to cover the withdrawal of an employer from a multi-employer pension plan, the pension committee must file an application for registration of the amendment with Retraite Québec and, for approval, the report required under section 202 of the Act, hereinafter referred to as the withdrawal report.
Within 60 days after receipt of a notice of termination or a decision by Retraite Québec terminating the pension plan, the pension committee must send Retraite Québec, for approval, the termination report required under the first paragraph of section 207.2 of the Act.
If all or any part of the plan is under provisional administration, the time limit set out in the first and second paragraphs begins to run only on the effective date of Retraite Québec’s decision whereby it assumes the provisional administration or designates the person or body to whom it is entrusted.
O.C. 863-2010, s. 9.
9. Within 60 days of the date on which it is informed of a situation described in section 199 of the Act that gives rise to an amendment to the plan to cover the withdrawal of an employer from a multi-employer pension plan, the pension committee must file an application for registration of the amendment with the Régie and, for approval, the report required under section 202 of the Act, hereinafter referred to as the withdrawal report.
Within 60 days after receipt of a notice of termination or a decision by the Régie terminating the pension plan, the pension committee must send the Régie, for approval, the termination report required under the first paragraph of section 207.2 of the Act.
If all or any part of the plan is under provisional administration, the time limit set out in the first and second paragraphs begins to run only on the effective date of the Régie’s decision whereby it assumes the provisional administration or designates the person or body to whom it is entrusted.
O.C. 863-2010, s. 9.