62. The registrar cancels ex officio the registration of a dissolved legal person on the deposit in the register of the certificate of dissolution or of a notice to that effect. The registrar also cancels the registration of a liquidated or wound-up partnership or legal person by depositing the notice of closure or the notice of liquidation, as applicable, in the register.
However, the registrar deposits the certificate or the notice referred to in the first paragraph only if the registrant has paid all amounts owed by the registrant under this Act, except any amount to which section 85 applies.
If the legal person was dissolved under the Business Corporations Act (chapter S-31.1), the registrar cancels ex officio the legal person’s registration on the deposit of the certificate of dissolution or of the judgment ordering the dissolution. However, if the judgment also orders the liquidation of the legal person, the registrar cancels the registration on the deposit of the certificate of dissolution.
The registrar also cancels the registration of a legal person constituted in Québec if, under the specific Act applicable to legal persons of its kind, it has otherwise ceased to exist.
The registrar makes an entry to that effect in the register.
2010, c. 7, s. 62; 2020, c. 5, s. 1781.