5.2. A church or a congregation may, by written notice, with a copy thereof transmitted to the work, inform the Inspector General of the fact that the work incorporated under this Act has ceased to be connected with it.
If, within 90 days of receiving the notice, the work has not furnished the Inspector General with evidence that it is connected with another church or congregation, the work is deemed to apply for new letters patent in accordance with section 221 of the Companies Act (chapter C-38). The Inspector General shall, in that case, issue new letters patent, taking into account the information already furnished by the work at the time of its incorporation pursuant to this Act.
If the work furnishes the Inspector General with evidence that it is connected with another church or congregation, the Inspector General shall accept the evidence and deposit it in the register.
The church, the congregation or any interested person may apply to the Inspector General for the issuance of supplementary letters patent to change the corporate name of the new legal person constituted under the second paragraph if it is not in compliance with section 9.1 of the Companies Act.