372. The adoption of any of the resolutions listed below confers on a shareholder the right to demand that the corporation repurchase all of the person’s shares if the person exercised all the voting rights carried by those shares against the resolution:
(1) an ordinary resolution authorizing the corporation to carry out a squeeze-out transaction;
(2) a special resolution authorizing an amendment to the articles to add, change or remove a restriction on the corporation’s business activity or on the transfer of the corporation’s shares;
(3) a special resolution authorizing an alienation of corporation property if, as a result of the alienation, the corporation is unable to retain a significant part of its business activity;
(4) a special resolution authorizing the corporation to permit the alienation of property of its subsidiary;
(5) a special resolution approving an amalgamation agreement;
(6) a special resolution authorizing the continuance of the corporation under the laws of a jurisdiction other than Québec; or
(7) a resolution by which consent to the dissolution of the corporation is withdrawn if, as a result of the alienation of property begun during the liquidation of the corporation, the corporation is unable to retain a significant part of its business activity.