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  • Insolvent person
    A person who is not bankrupt and who resides, carries on business, or has property in Canada, whose liabilities to creditors provable as claims under the Act amount to $1000.00 or more, and: - who is unable to meet obligations as they become due; - who has ceased paying current obligations in the ordinary course of business as they become due, or; - the aggregate of whose property is not, at a fair valuation, sufficient, or, if disposed of at a fairly conducted sale under legal process, would not be sufficient to enable payment of all obligations, due and accruing due.

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