(1) For the purposes of paragraph 29-18(3)(a) of the Act, the information that must be contained in a written objection is:
(a) the name of the person (the creditor ) claiming to be a substantial creditor of an amalgamating corporation; and
(b) the name of the amalgamating corporation; and
(c) a statement, signed by the creditor, that:
(i) the amalgamating corporation owes a debt, or debts, to the creditor; and
(ii) the amount of that debt, or the sum of the amounts of those debts, that is unsecured exceeds the amount mentioned in subsection (2); and
(iii) the creditor objects to the grant of the application made under section 23- 1 of the Act.
Note: It is an offence to provide a false or misleading statement to the Registrar: see section 561- 1 of the Act.
Substantial creditor--amount of debt
(2) For the purposes of subsection 29-18(5) of the Act, the amount is $2,000.
Note: Under subparagraph 29-18(5)(a)(ii) of the Act, a person is a substantial creditor of an amalgamating corporation if the amount of a debt, or the sum of the amounts of debts, that is unsecured exceeds the prescribed amount.