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CHAPTER 64

OF THE

REVISED STATUTES, 1989


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An Act Respecting Central Trust
Company and Crown Trust Company

Short title

1 This Act may be cited as the Central Trust Company Act. R.S., c. 64, s. 1.

Purpose

2 The purpose of this Act is to provide for the transfer of the trusteeship and agency business of Crown Trust Company to Central Trust Company so that rights and obligations of those who have relations with Crown Trust Company and Central Trust Company with respect to that trusteeship and agency business may be clearly determined. R.S., c. 64, s. 2.

Claims and liabilities continued

3 Nothing in this Act affects the rights of any person having a claim against Crown Trust Company in respect of a document or trust to which Section 5 applies, or impairs, modifies or affects the liability of Crown Trust Company to any such person, but all such rights as may be enforceable in the Province may be asserted and enforced against Central Trust Company, which shall be responsible for all debts, liabilities and obligations of Crown Trust Company in respect of every such document and trust. R.S., c. 64, s. 3.

Property to which Act does not apply

4 (1) This Act does not apply to

(a) real or personal property owned or held by, vested in or granted to Crown Trust Company and that is held by Crown Trust Company exclusively for its own use and benefit and not in trust for or for the benefit of any other person or purpose;

(b) real or personal property that is held by Crown Trust Company under a document or trust to which Section 5 applies that is situate outside the Province and any power, right, immunity, privilege or right of action that may be exercised by or against Crown Trust Company under any such document or trust with respect to that property, but

and Sections 3 and 7 of this Act apply to every document and trust in respect of which an appointment is made under subclause (i) or (ii); or

(c) trusts relating to moneys received for guaranteed investment and any real or personal property held in trust with respect to any such guaranteed investment of which Crown Trust Company is trustee.

Trusts to which Act applies

(2) Notwithstanding clause (c) of subsection (1), this Act applies to trusts relating to moneys received for guaranteed investment and any real or personal property held in trust with respect to any registered retirement savings plan, registered retirement income fund, registered home ownership savings plan, deferred profit-sharing plan or income averaging annuity contract, as those terms are defined in the Income Tax Act (Canada). R.S., c. 64, s. 4.

Substituted reference in document or trust

5 (1) Subject to Section 4, Central Trust Company is substituted in the place and stead of Crown Trust Company in or in respect of every trust, trust deed, trust agreement, instrument of creation, settlement, assignment, will, codicil or other testamentary document, and every letters of probate, letters of administration, judgment, decree, order, direction, or appointment of any court, judge or other constituted authority, and every other document or trust howsoever created, including every incomplete or inchoate trust, and in every conveyance, mortgage, assignment, appointment or other writing, wherein, whereby or of which Crown Trust Company is named as executor, administrator, trustee, bailee, committee, assignee, liquidator, receiver, guardian, curator or agent, or is named to any other office or position whatsoever wherein any property, interest, possibility or right is vested in, administered or managed by or put in charge of Crown Trust Company in trust, or in the custody, care or control of Crown Trust Company, for or for the benefit of any other person or purpose, and every such document and trust shall be read, construed and given effect as if Central Trust Company had been named therein in the place and stead of Crown Trust Company.

Deemed substituted reference

(2) Where an instrument specified or described in subsection (1) names Crown Trust Company to any office or position described in that subsection and the instrument takes effect after the substitution of Central Trust Company for Crown Trust Company, Central Trust Company shall be deemed to be named therein in the place of Crown Trust Company. R.S., c. 64, s. 5.

Vesting in Central Trust Company

6 (1) Subject to Section 4, all real and personal property and every interest therein that is granted to, or held by, or vested in Crown Trust Company, whether by way of security or otherwise, in trust, or in the custody, care or control of Crown Trust Company, for or for the benefit of any other person or purpose, pursuant to or in respect of every document and trust to which Section 5 applies, and whether in the form in which it was originally acquired by Crown Trust Company or otherwise, is vested in Central Trust Company, according to the tenor of and at the time indicated or intended by the document or trust, upon the same trusts, and with the same powers, rights, immunities and privileges, and subject to the same obligations and duties as are thereby provided, granted or imposed.

Vesting effected

(2) Subject to Section 8, for the purposes of every enactment affecting the title to property, both real and personal, the vesting of title in Central Trust Company of every property affected by subsection (1) is effective without the registration or filing of this Act, or any further or other instrument, document or certificate showing the change of title in any public office whatsoever within the jurisdiction of the Province. R.S., c. 64, s. 6.

Proceedings in progress continued

7 (1) No suit, action, appeal, application or other proceeding being carried on and no power or remedy being exercised by or against Crown Trust Company in any court of the Province, or before any tribunal or agency of the Province pursuant to or in respect of a document or trust to which Section 5 applies, shall be discontinued or abated on account of this Act, but may be continued in the name of Central Trust Company, which shall have the same rights, shall be subject to the same liabilities and shall pay or receive the same costs and award as if the suit, action, appeal, application or other proceeding had been commenced or defended in the name of Central Trust Company.

Rights of action continued

(2) A suit, action, appeal, application or other proceeding, or a power, right, remedy or right of distress that might have been brought or exercised by or against Crown Trust Company pursuant to or in respect of a document or trust to which Section 5 applies, may be brought or exercised by or against Central Trust Company, which shall have the same rights and shall be subject to the same liabilities, in respect thereof, as those which Crown Trust Company would have or be subject to if this Act had not been enacted.

Deemed acts of officers and employees

(3) In a suit, action, appeal, application or other proceeding that has been continued or commenced in the name of Central Trust Company under subsection (1) or (2), Crown Trust Company and its officers and employees shall be deemed to have been acting on behalf of Central Trust Company in performing any act, whether before or after the coming into force of this Act, involving the administration of a document or trust to which Section 5 applies, and for purposes of examination for discovery or production of documents in relation to any such proceeding, Crown Trust Company and its officers or employees shall be subject to the same obligations as if this Act had not been enacted. R.S., c. 64, s. 7.

Payments to Crown Trust Company

8 (1) Where a person is under an obligation to make payments in relation to property that is vested in Central Trust Company under subsection (1) of Section 6, the person may make the payments to Crown Trust Company until Central Trust Company gives or causes to be given notice in writing to the person that payment shall be made to Central Trust Company, and thereupon the persons obligation is owed to Central Trust Company.

Recitals and execution of instruments

(2) Every instrument dealing with property that is vested in Central Trust Company under subsection (1) of Section 6, but that is registered in the name of Crown Trust Company in any public office of the Province or in respect of which Crown Trust Company is shown by a document of title as having legal ownership thereof, shall be executed by Central Trust Company and may contain a recital referring to the vesting under this Act.

Registration of instruments

(3) An instrument executed by Central Trust Company containing the recital required by subsection (2) may be accepted for registration by any public office within the jurisdiction of the Province without further proof of the accuracy of the recital, and every such instrument shall be deemed to be effective as against Crown Trust Company and Central Trust Company in passing title to the property described in the instrument notwithstanding any inaccuracy contained in the recital. R.S., c. 64, s. 8.

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