Making a claim for forfeited corporate property

Apply to claim property that’s forfeited to Ontario as a result of a corporate dissolution. This application is also referred to as an “application for relief from forfeiture.”

Vesting orders are not an available remedy from forfeiture, as per Sec. 34.1(a) of the Forfeited Corporate Property Act, 2015.

After dissolution

When a corporation is dissolved, all property it owns (e.g. warehouses, homes, factories, land, etc.) becomes the property of Ontario. These properties are called forfeited corporate properties.

Apply for a relief from forfeiture

In your application, you must prove your moral or legal claim to the property existed prior to the corporation’s dissolution.

You must also complete a title search to find out who is on the title of the property. If the property has already been turned over for public use or has already been transferred by the ministry, you cannot apply.

After the Realty Management Branch has reviewed the completed application and all the supporting documents the Minister of Government and Consumer Services will decide to either restore or transfer the property to you or deny the claim.

Apply to make a claim to a forfeited property

Follow these steps to prepare and submit your application:

  • Download the application package and complete the form.
  • Include all relevant supporting documents as listed in the application package, including:
    • Statutory declaration made before a Commissioner of Oaths, which must include a description of your claim to the property
    • Corporation Profile Report for the dissolved corporation from ServiceOntario
    • Bankruptcy and insolvency search statement for the dissolved corporation from the Office of the Superintendent of Bankruptcy Canada
    • Copy of the parcel register
    • Copy of a treasures certificate for property taxes from the municipality
    • The application fee of $1,318.00 plus HST (total of $1,489.34). You must pay by cheque or money order to the Minister of Finance by mailing it to the address below. The fee is non-refundable.
  • Mail or email the application and supporting documents to:

Courier packages are not being accepted at 777 Bay Street at this time due to COVID-19 safety restrictions. Registered mail will be delivered if no signature is required.

Submitting an application and paying the fee does not guarantee your application will be approved.

Read the law

See the full text of the law:

Vesting orders are not an available remedy from forfeiture, as per Sec. 34.1(a) of the Forfeited Corporate Property Act, 2015.

After you make a claim

You will receive a confirmation letter within 10 business days of receiving the application. You will be contacted if more information is needed. Your completed application will be reviewed and if the minister grants your claim, Ontario will take the necessary steps to transfer the property. The entire process takes approximately 5 months.

Offer to purchase

You can make an offer to purchase a forfeited corporate property, if you are not or were not connected to the dissolved corporation.

To prepare and submit your offer, you will need these documents:

  • a cover letter outlining your intent to purchase the property
  • an offer of value (fair market value) for the property
  • Corporation Profile Report for the dissolved corporation from ServiceOntario
  • a bankruptcy and insolvency search statement for the dissolved corporation from the Office of the Superintendent of Bankruptcy Canada
  • a copy of the parcel register
  • a copy of a treasures certificate for property taxes from the municipality that the property is in

Mail or email the documents to:

Manager, Portfolio Performance
Ministry of Government and Consumer Services
Realty Management Branch
777 Bay Street, 2nd floor, Suite 230
Toronto, Ontario
M5G 2E5

forfeitedcorporateproperty@ontario.ca

Phone: 416-326-5696

Courier packages are not being accepted at 777 Bay Street at this time due to COVID-19 safety restrictions. Registered mail will be delivered if no signature is required.

Request a letter to discharge a mortgage

If a property you own has a mortgage on title which was issued by a dissolved corporation, you will need a letter from the ministry in order to apply to the Land Registrar for removal of the mortgage from the title under Section 102 of the Land Titles Act.

The ministry will only provide the letter if you can show that the mortgage has been paid in full. The letter confirms that the ministry does not intend to claim any ownership on the property and will need to be submitted to the Land Registrar to begin the transfer process.

You may also consider applying to a court to obtain a mortgage discharge instead of applying for a Section 102 application.

Note: The Ministry of Government and Consumer Services cannot provide a letter if the subject corporation was bankrupt or was federally incorporated. Please make sure the corporation was not bankrupt or federally incorporated before submitting the application package.

For companies that are bankrupt or federally incorporated, you can discuss with the Land Registry Office.

Request a letter

You need to send the following to show that the mortgage on the property has been paid in full:

  1. Corporation Profile Report for the dissolved corporation from ServiceOntario
  2. Bankruptcy and insolvency search statement for the dissolved corporation from the Office of the Superintendent of Bankruptcy Canada.
  3. Copy of the parcel register showing the registered mortgage.
  4. Copy of the mortgage.
  5. Statutory declaration by the applicant made before a Commissioner of Oaths, which must include:
    • legal description of the property
    • municipal address of the property
    • name and address of the borrower
    • guarantor contact information
    • principal amount of the mortgage
    • amount advanced
    • term of the mortgage
    • due date
    • amortization period
    • interest rate(s)
    • the particulars of the amounts and due dates of payments of principal and interest
    • the details of any renewals and any changes and assignment
    • whether the transaction was at arm’s length
    • a schedule indicating the dates on which payments were made
    • amounts paid with supporting evidence (e.g. copies of bank statements showing mortgage payments to dissolved corporation)
    • any other relevant information

The Ministry of Government and Consumer Services may require additional information to be provided.

Mail or email the application and supporting documents to:

Manager, Portfolio Performance
Ministry of Government and Consumer Services
Realty Management Branch
777 Bay Street, 2nd floor, Suite 230
Toronto, Ontario
M5G 2E5

forfeitedcorporateproperty@ontario.ca

Courier packages are not being accepted at 777 Bay Street at this time due to COVID-19 safety restrictions. Registered mail will be delivered if no signature is required.

After you apply for a letter

We will respond to your request for a discharge by mail within thirty business days after we receive all the required information. 

Once you receive our letter, you must submit an application, under Section 102, including the letter and the package to the Land Registrar for the mortgage to be removed from title.

Read the law

See the full text of the law:

Address for service

Pursuant to Section 22 (4) of the Forfeited Corporate Property Act, 2015 all notices of a proceeding relating to forfeited corporate property served on the Crown is to be served to the address below:

Manager, Portfolio Performance
Ministry of Government and Consumer Services, Realty Division
777 Bay St, 2nd Floor, Suite 230
Toronto, Ontario
M5G 2E5

Courier packages are not being accepted at 777 Bay Street at this time due to COVID-19 safety restrictions. Registered mail will be delivered if no signature is required.

Notices about forfeited corporate properties

About forfeited corporate properties

When a corporation – incorporated in Ontario – is dissolved, all property it owns becomes the property of Ontario. This can include warehouses, homes, factories and land.

These properties are called forfeited corporate properties.

Under the Forfeited Corporate Property Act, the government must post a notice about its intention to use or dispose of these properties.

Notices

File# 2020-087

May 20, 2021

NOTICE OF INTENT TO MAKE AN ORDER CANCELLING AN ENCUMBRANCE AGAINST FORFEITED CORPORATE PROPERTY
under section 19, Forfeited Corporate Property Act, 2015.

The lands described as and located at PIN 73144-0034 at Highway 144 and Secondary Highway 661, Sudbury Unorganized Area, PCL 27992 SEC SWS; LOCATION JNE 5 JACK PT 1 53R4021; DISTRICT OF SUDBURY (the “Property”), forfeited to the Crown upon the dissolution of Vagabond Limited on May 23, 2016 pursuant to Section 241 of the Business Corporations Act. This is notice that the Minister of Government and Consumer Services intends to make an order cancelling an encumbrance registered on title to the property, registered on June 22, 1984 as LT539772 in favour of Gulf Canada Limited, and directing that LT539772 be deleted from the title.

Subsection 18(1) of the Forfeited Corporate Property Act, 2015, provides that the Minister of Government and Consumer Services may make orders cancelling encumbrances against forfeited corporate property. Subsection 18(2) provides that an order cancelling an encumbrance may include direction to delete specified documents from title if the encumbrance is registered on title to real property.

After ninety (90) days from the date of this notice, the encumbrance noted above against the Property may be cancelled without further notice. An order cancelling an encumbrance under this section terminates the right to enforce the encumbrance against the property or its proceeds as of the day the order is registered on title.

You may respond in writing to this notice as provided under section 22 of the Forfeited Corporate Property Act, 2015 before the conclusion of the notice period.

All communication in this matter should be addressed to:

Manager, Portfolio Performance
Ministry of Government and Consumer Services, Realty Division
777 Bay Street
2nd Floor, Suite 230
Toronto, Ontario M5G 2E5
416-326-5696
forfeitedcorporateproperty@ontario.ca

Sent to:

Bernard Petitclerc
Vagabond Limited
P.O. Box 220
Gogama, Ontario
P0M 1W0

ConocoPhillips Canada – Legal Department
Gulf Canada Square
401 – 9 Avenue S.W., Suite 600
Calgary, Alberta
T2P 3C5
Canada

Department of Justice Canada
284 Wellington Street
Ottawa, Ontario
K1A 0H8
Canada

Collections Support Operation
Ministry of Finance


File# FCP 2020 087

May 20, 2021

NOTICE OF INTENT TO MAKE AN ORDER CANCELLING AN ENCUMBRANCE AGAINST FORFEITED CORPORATE PROPERTY
under section 19, Forfeited Corporate Property Act, 2015.

The lands described as and located at PIN 73144-0034 at Highway 144 and Secondary Highway 661, Sudbury Unorganized Area, PCL 27992 SEC SWS; LOCATION JNE 5 JACK PT 1 53R4021; DISTRICT OF SUDBURY (the “Property”), forfeited to the Crown upon the dissolution of Vagabond Limited on May 23, 2016 pursuant to Section 241 of the Business Corporations Act. This is notice that the Minister of Government and Consumer Services intends to make an order cancelling an encumbrance registered on title to the property, registered on June 22, 1984 as LT539773 in favour of Gulf Canada Limited, and directing that LT539773 be deleted from the title.

Subsection 18(1) of the Forfeited Corporate Property Act, 2015, provides that the Minister of Government and Consumer Services may make orders cancelling encumbrances against forfeited corporate property. Subsection 18(2) provides that an order cancelling an encumbrance may include direction to delete specified documents from title if the encumbrance is registered on title to real property.

After ninety (90) days from the date of this notice, the encumbrance noted above against the Property may be cancelled without further notice. An order cancelling an encumbrance under this section terminates the right to enforce the encumbrance against the property or its proceeds as of the day the order is registered on title.

You may respond in writing to this notice as provided under section 22 of the Forfeited Corporate Property Act, 2015 before the conclusion of the notice period.

All communication in this matter should be addressed to:

Manager, Portfolio Performance
Ministry of Government and Consumer Services, Realty Division
777 Bay Street
2nd Floor, Suite 230
Toronto, Ontario M5G 2E5
416-326-5696
forfeitedcorporateproperty@ontario.ca

Sent to:

Bernard Petitclerc
Vagabond Limited
P.O. Box 220
Gogama, Ontario
P0M 1W0

ConocoPhillips Canada – Legal Department
Gulf Canada Square
401 – 9 Avenue S.W., Suite 600
Calgary, Alberta
T2P 3C5
Canada

Department of Justice Canada
284 Wellington Street
Ottawa, Ontario
K1A 0H8
Canada

Collections Support Operation
Ministry of Finance


File# FCP 2020 087

May 20, 2021

NOTICE OF INTENT TO MAKE AN ORDER CANCELLING AN ENCUMBRANCE AGAINST FORFEITED CORPORATE PROPERTY
under section 19, Forfeited Corporate Property Act, 2015.

The lands described as and located at PIN 73144-0034 at Highway 144 and Secondary Highway 661, Sudbury Unorganized Area, PCL 27992 SEC SWS; LOCATION JNE 5 JACK PT 1 53R4021; DISTRICT OF SUDBURY (the “Property”), forfeited to the Crown upon the dissolution of Vagabond Limited on May 23, 2016 pursuant to Section 241 of the Business Corporations Act. This is notice that the Minister of Government and Consumer Services intends to make an order cancelling an encumbrance registered on title to the property, registered on May 23, 1986 as LT577004 in favour of Petro-Canada Inc., and directing that LT577004 be deleted from the title.

Subsection 18(1) of the Forfeited Corporate Property Act, 2015, provides that the Minister of Government and Consumer Services may make orders cancelling encumbrances against forfeited corporate property. Subsection 18(2) provides that an order cancelling an encumbrance may include direction to delete specified documents from title if the encumbrance is registered on title to real property.

After ninety (90) days from the date of this notice, the encumbrance noted above against the Property may be cancelled without further notice. An order cancelling an encumbrance under this section terminates the right to enforce the encumbrance against the property or its proceeds as of the day the order is registered on title.

You may respond in writing to this notice as provided under section 22 of the Forfeited Corporate Property Act, 2015 before the conclusion of the notice period.

All communication in this matter should be addressed to:

Manager, Portfolio Performance
Ministry of Government and Consumer Services, Realty Division
777 Bay Street
2nd Floor, Suite 230
Toronto, Ontario M5G 2E5
416-326-5696
forfeitedcorporateproperty@ontario.ca

Sent to:

Bernard Petitclerc
Vagabond Limited
P.O. Box 220
Gogama, Ontario
P0M 1W0

Shawn Poirier
Suncor Energy Inc.
150 – 6th Avenue S.W.
P.O. Box 2844
Calgary, Alberta
T2P 3E3
Canada

Department of Justice Canada
284 Wellington Street
Ottawa, Ontario
K1A 0H8
Canada

Collections Support Operation
Ministry of Finance


File# FCP 2020 087

May 20, 2021

NOTICE OF INTENT TO MAKE AN ORDER CANCELLING AN ENCUMBRANCE AGAINST FORFEITED CORPORATE PROPERTY
under section 19, Forfeited Corporate Property Act, 2015.

The lands described as and located at PIN 73144-0034 at Highway 144 and Secondary Highway 661, Sudbury Unorganized Area, PCL 27992 SEC SWS; LOCATION JNE 5 JACK PT 1 53R4021; DISTRICT OF SUDBURY (the “Property”), forfeited to the Crown upon the dissolution of Vagabond Limited on May 23, 2016 pursuant to Section 241 of the Business Corporations Act. This is notice that the Minister of Government and Consumer Services intends to make an order cancelling an encumbrance registered on title to the property, registered on September 29, 1988 as LT632985 in favour of Petro-Canada Products Inc., and directing that LT632985 be deleted from the title.

Subsection 18(1) of the Forfeited Corporate Property Act, 2015, provides that the Minister of Government and Consumer Services may make orders cancelling encumbrances against forfeited corporate property. Subsection 18(2) provides that an order cancelling an encumbrance may include direction to delete specified documents from title if the encumbrance is registered on title to real property.

After ninety (90) days from the date of this notice, the encumbrance noted above against the Property may be cancelled without further notice. An order cancelling an encumbrance under this section terminates the right to enforce the encumbrance against the property or its proceeds as of the day the order is registered on title.

You may respond in writing to this notice as provided under section 22 of the Forfeited Corporate Property Act, 2015 before the conclusion of the notice period.

All communication in this matter should be addressed to:

Manager, Portfolio Performance
Ministry of Government and Consumer Services, Realty Division
777 Bay Street
2nd Floor, Suite 230
Toronto, Ontario M5G 2E5
416-326-5696
forfeitedcorporateproperty@ontario.ca

Sent to:

Bernard Petitclerc
Vagabond Limited
P.O. Box 220
Gogama, Ontario
P0M 1W0

Shawn Poirier
Suncor Energy Inc.
150 – 6th Avenue S.W.
P.O. Box 2844
Calgary, Alberta
T2P 3E3
Canada

Department of Justice Canada
284 Wellington Street
Ottawa, Ontario
K1A 0H8
Canada

Collections Support Operation
Ministry of Finance


File# 2021-007

February 18, 2021

NOTICE OF INTENT TO MAKE AN ORDER CANCELLING AN ENCUMBRANCE AGAINST FORFEITED CORPORATE PROPERTY
under section 19, Forfeited Corporate Property Act, 2015.

The lands described as and located at PIN 24945-0123 in Milton, PT LT 13, CON 3 TRAFALGAR NEW SURVEY , AS IN 345953 ; EXCEPT PTS 1, 2, & 3 20R3882, PT 1 20R1253, PT 4 20R1502, PTS 1, 2, 4, & 5 20R2996, PART1 20R1609, LOTS 1 TO 43 M118, PARCEL C-1, SECTION M118, CHILDS DRIVE, M-118, CONDOMINIUM PLAN 42, CONDOMINIUM PLAN 44, CONDOMINIUM PLAN 45, CONDOMINIUM PLAN 47 AND CONDOMINIUM PLAN 71 ; MILTON/TRAFALGAR (the “Property”), forfeited to the Crown upon the dissolution of Alliance Building Corporation Limited on December 3, 1984 pursuant to 241 of the Business Corporations Act. This is notice that the Minister of Government and Consumer Services intends to make an order cancelling an encumbrance registered on title to the property, registered on September 13, 1973 as Instrument No. 372828 in favour of Walter Pape and Theodore Sherman, and directing that Instrument No. 372828 be deleted from the title.

Subsection 18(1) of the Forfeited Corporate Property Act, 2015, provides that the Minister of Government and Consumer Services may make orders cancelling encumbrances against forfeited corporate property. Subsection 18(2) provides that an order cancelling an encumbrance may include direction to delete specified documents from title if the encumbrance is registered on title to real property.

After ninety (90) days from the date of this notice, the encumbrance noted above against the Property may be cancelled without further notice. An order cancelling an encumbrance under this section terminates the right to enforce the encumbrance against the property or its proceeds as of the day the order is registered on title. 

You may respond in writing to this notice as provided under section 22 of the Forfeited Corporate Property Act, 2015 before the conclusion of the notice period.

All communication in this matter should be addressed to:

Manager, Portfolio Performance
Ministry of Government and Consumer Services, Realty Division
777 Bay Street
2nd Floor, Suite 230
Toronto, Ontario M5G 2E5
416-326-5696
forfeitedcorporateproperty@ontario.ca

Sent to:

Walter Pape and Theodore Sherman
75 The Downway West, Suite 1400
Don Mills, Ontario
M3C 2E9
Collections Support Operation
Ministry of Finance

Department of Justice Canada
284 Wellington Street
Ottawa, Ontario
K1A 0H8

Town of Milton
150 Mary Street
Milton, Ontario
L9T 6Z5


File number: 2018 119

September 30, 2019

NOTICE OF DISPOSITION OF FORFEITED CORPORATE PROPERTY
under section 25, Forfeited Corporate Property Act, 2015
of Ontario Corporation No. 2045490 and 1470077

The Property, a walkway in Arnprior, described as PIN 57307-0280 has had 3/7th ownership forfeit to the Crown upon the dissolution of MT Consulting & Financial Services Ltd. on July 13, 2015 pursuant to section 241 of the Business Corporations Act, 1990and 1470077 Ontario Inc. on May 10, 2010 pursuant to section 241 of the Business Corporations Act, 1990.

Section 25 of the Forfeited Corporate Property Act, 2015, provides that the Minister of Government and Consumer Services may dispose of forfeited corporate property subject to the terms and conditions the Minister considers appropriate. Disposition can be made at any time, if the Minister provides notice to the prior corporate owner and its former officers and directors.

After fifteen (15) days from the date of this Notice, the Minister of Government and Consumer Services will dispose of the above noted Property in accordance with the Forfeited Corporate Property Act, 2015.

All communication in this matter should be addressed to:

Manager, Portfolio Performance
Ministry of Government and Consumer Services, Realty Division
2nd Floor, Suite 230
Toronto, Ontario 
M5G 2E5
416-326-5696
forfeitedcorporateproperty@ontario.ca

Sent to:

MT Consulting & Financial Services Ltd
544 Kochar Drive
Ottawa Ontario
K2C 4H3

1470077 Ontario Inc
8 Forest Ridge Road
Arnprior Ontario
K7S 3T5

Peter Smith
Annette Trocino
William Moreland
Kenneth O’Neil and Deborah Clermont
Andrew and Maureen Hawel
Caroline O’Farrell


File number: 2019 071

August 16, 2019

NOTICE OF DISPOSITION OF FORFEITED CORPORATE PROPERTY
under section 25, Forfeited Corporate Property Act, 2015

of Hamilton Auto Part Ltd.
Ontario Corporation No. 2145835

The Property, 135 Princess Street, PIN 17217-0002 in Hamilton forfeited to the Crown upon the dissolution of Hamilton Auto Part Ltd. on June 20, 2016 pursuant to section 241 of the Business Corporations Act, 1990.

Section 25 of the Forfeited Corporate Property Act, 2015, provides that the Minister of Government and Consumer Services may dispose of forfeited corporate property subject to the terms and conditions the Minister considers appropriate. Disposition can be made at any time, if the Minister provides notice to the prior corporate owner and its former officers and directors.

After fifteen (15) days from the date of this Notice, the Minister of Government and Consumer Services will dispose of the above noted Property in accordance with the Forfeited Corporate Property Act, 2015.

All communication in this matter should be addressed to:

Manager, Portfolio Performance
Ministry of Government and Consumer Services, Realty Division
2nd Floor, Suite 230
Toronto, Ontario
M5G 2E5

416-326-5696

forfeitedcorporateproperty@ontario.ca

Sent to:

Hamilton Auto Part Ltd.
135 Princess St
Hamilton, Ontario
L8L 8BL

Mohamed Al Aalak
Saber Al Taher


File# 2019-009

February 8, 2019

NOTICE OF DISPOSITION OF FORFEITED CORPORATE PROPERTY
under section 25, Forfeited Corporate Property Act, 2015
of Big Rideau Properties Ltd.
Ontario Corporation No. 681009 

The Property, PIN 05218-0019 in Lanark, forfeited to the Crown upon the dissolution of Big Rideau Properties Ltd. on March 13, 2006 pursuant to section 241 of the Business Corporations Act, 1990.

Section 25 of the Forfeited Corporate Property Act, 2015, provides that the Minister of Government and Consumer Services may dispose of forfeited corporate property subject to the terms and conditions the Minister considers appropriate. Disposition can be made at any time, if the Minister provides notice to the prior corporate owner and its former officers and directors.

After fifteen (15) days from the date of this Notice, the Minister of Government and Consumer Services will dispose of the above noted Property in accordance with the Forfeited Corporate Property Act, 2015.

All communication in this matter should be addressed to:

Manager, Portfolio Performance
Ministry of Government and Consumer Services, Realty Division
2nd Floor, Suite 2300
Toronto, ON M5G 2E5
416-326-5696
forfeitedcorporateproperty@ontario.ca

Sent to:
Big Rideau Properties Ltd.
100 Wilson St W.
Perth ON
K7H 2P3

D’Arcy O’Donnell
North of Narrows Nature Company LTD
Donna and Stephen Welch
County of Lanark


File# 2018-137

January 18, 2019

NOTICE OF DISPOSITION OF FORFEITED CORPORATE PROPERTY
under section 25, Forfeited Corporate Property Act, 2015
of Reid Realty Limited
Ontario Corporation No. 19761 

The Property PIN 04090-0151 in Ottawa forfeited to the Crown upon the dissolution of Reid Realty Limited on November 1, 1954 pursuant to section 241 of the Business Corporations Act, 1990.

Section 25 of the Forfeited Corporate Property Act, 2015, provides that the Minister of Government and Consumer Services may dispose of forfeited corporate property subject to the terms and conditions the Minister considers appropriate. Disposition can be made at any time, if the Minister provides notice to the prior corporate owner and its former officers and directors.

After fifteen (15) days from the date of this Notice, the Minister of Government and Consumer Services will dispose of the above noted Property in accordance with the Forfeited Corporate Property Act, 2015.

All communication in this matter should be addressed to:

Manager, Portfolio Performance                                      
Ministry of Government and Consumer Services, Realty Division
2nd Floor, Suite 2300
Toronto, ON M5G 2E5

forfeitedcorporateproperty@ontario.ca

Sent to:

Mitchell Miculia and Rebecca Newton
Marlene Lever


File# 2018-113

November 8, 2018

NOTICE OF DISPOSITION OF FORFEITED CORPORATE PROPERTY
under section 25, Forfeited Corporate Property Act, 2015
of Melview Development Limited
Ontario Corporation No. 000102125

The Property PIN 65389-0179 forfeited to the Crown upon the dissolution of Melview Development Limited on March 27, 2006 pursuant to section 241 of the Business Corporations Act.

Section 25 of the Forfeited Corporate Property Act, 2015, provides that the Minister of Infrastructure may dispose of forfeited corporate property subject to the terms and conditions the Minister considers appropriate. Disposition can be made at any time, if the Minister provides notice to the prior corporate owner and its former officers and directors.

After fifteen (15) days from the date of this Notice, the Minister of Government and Consumer Services will dispose of the above noted Property in accordance with the Forfeited Corporate Property Act, 2015.

All communication in this matter should be addressed to:

Manager, Portfolio Performance
Ministry of Government and Consumer Services Infrastructure, Realty Division
777 Bay St 2nd Floor, Suite 2300
Toronto, ON M5G 2E5

forfeitedcorporateproperty@ontario.ca

Sent to:

Lionel Bonhomme


File# 2018-052

November 6, 2018

NOTICE OF DISPOSITION OF FORFEITED CORPORATE PROPERTY
under section 25, Forfeited Corporate Property Act, 2015
of 1692783 Ontario Inc.
Ontario Corporation No. 1692783

The Property PIN 640760011 and PIN 640760012 forfeited to the Crown upon the dissolution of 1692783 Ontario Inc. on July 21, 2015 pursuant to section 241 of the Business Corporations Act, 1990.

Section 25 of the Forfeited Corporate Property Act, 2015, provides that the Minister of Government and Consumer Services may dispose of forfeited corporate property subject to the terms and conditions the Minister considers appropriate. Disposition can be made at any time, if the Minister provides notice to the prior corporate owner and its former officers and directors.

After fifteen (15) days from the date of this Notice, the Minister of Government and Consumer Services will dispose of the above noted Property in accordance with the Forfeited Corporate Property Act, 2015.

All communication in this matter should be addressed to:

Manager, Portfolio Performance
Ministry of Government and Consumer Services, Realty Division
2nd Floor, Suite 2300
Toronto, ON M5G 2E5

forfeitedcorporateproperty@ontario.ca

Sent to:

1692783 Ontario Inc.
6795 Christine Court
Niagara Falls, ON
L2J 4L6

Luciano Butera
Jennifer Mena Ricci


File# 2018-052

November 6, 2018

NOTICE OF DISPOSITION OF FORFEITED CORPORATE PROPERTY
under section 25, Forfeited Corporate Property Act, 2015
of 1712042 Ontario Ltd.
Ontario Corporation No. 1712042

The Property PIN 640760011 and PIN 640760012 forfeited to the Crown upon the dissolution of 1712042 Ontario Ltd. on July 21, 2015 pursuant to section 241 of the Business Corporations Act, 1990.

Section 25 of the Forfeited Corporate Property Act, 2015, provides that the Minister of Government and Consumer Services may dispose of forfeited corporate property subject to the terms and conditions the Minister considers appropriate. Disposition can be made at any time, if the Minister provides notice to the prior corporate owner and its former officers and directors.

After fifteen (15) days from the date of this Notice, the Minister of Government and Consumer Services will dispose of the above noted Property in accordance with the Forfeited Corporate Property Act, 2015.

All communication in this matter should be addressed to:

Manager, Portfolio Performance
Ministry of Government and Consumer Services, Realty Division
2nd Floor, Suite 2300
Toronto, ON M5G 2E5

forfeitedcorporateproperty@ontario.ca

Sent to:

1712042 Ontario Ltd.
526 Ontario Road, Unit 1
Welland, ON
L3B 5C6


File#   2018-026

August 15, 2018

NOTICE OF DISPOSITION OF FORFEITED CORPORATE PROPERTY
under section 25, Forfeited Corporate Property Act, 2015
of Fat Yuen Enterprises Limited
Ontario Corporation No. 000398489

The Property 278 Bunting Road, St. Catherines, PIN 463210257 (LT) forfeited to the Crown upon the dissolution of Fat Yuen Enterprises Limited on October 25, 2004 pursuant to section 241 of the Business Corporations Act, 1990.

Section 25 of the Forfeited Corporate Property Act, 2015, provides that the Minister of Government and Consumer Services may dispose of forfeited corporate property subject to the terms and conditions the Minister considers appropriate. Disposition can be made at any time, if the Minister provides notice to the prior corporate owner and its former officers and directors.

After fifteen (15) days from the date of this Notice, the Minister of Government and Consumer Services will dispose of the above noted Property in accordance with the Forfeited Corporate Property Act, 2015.

All communication in this matter should be addressed to:

Manager, Portfolio Performance                                      
Ministry of Government and Consumer Services, Realty Division
2nd Floor, Suite 2300
Toronto, ON M5G 2E5

forfeitedcorporateproperty@ontario.ca

Sent to:

Fat Yuen Enterprises Limited.
83 Redheugh Cres
Scarborough, ON M1W 3C4

F.L. Lee