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The Bank Insolvency (No. 2) Rules (Northern Ireland) 2009

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SECTION BRESIGNATION AND REMOVAL

Creditors’ meeting to be notified of bank liquidator’s resignation

87.—(1) Apply rule 4.115 of the 1991 Rules.

(2) For paragraph (1), substitute—

(1) Before resigning office, the bank liquidator shall obtain the consent of the Bank of England and shall call a meeting of creditors to notify them of this.

(1A) The notice summoning the meeting shall indicate that this is the purpose, or one of the purposes, of the meeting and shall draw the attention of the creditors to rule 95 with respect to the bank liquidator’s release.

(1B) The notice in (1A) shall enclose a copy of the Bank of England’s consent..

(3) For paragraph (2) substitute—

(2) Copies of the notice and of the account mentioned in paragraph (3) shall be sent to the court, the Bank of England and the FSA..

Action following acceptance of resignation

88.—(1) This rule applies where a meeting is summoned to notify the creditors of the bank liquidator’s resignation

(2) The meeting shall resolve whether to give the bank liquidator their release.

(3) If the meeting decides to not give the bank liquidator his release, the bank liquidator shall be given a copy of that resolution and rule 95 applies.

(4) After the meeting the bank liquidator shall file the notice of his resignation in court and shall send copies of the notice to the Bank of England, the FSA and the registrar of companies.

(5) The bank liquidator’s resignation is effective as from the date on which the court receives the notice of his resignation, and the court shall endorse that date on the notice.

Advertisement of resignation

89.  Apply rule 4.119 of the 1991 Rules.

Meeting of creditors to remove bank liquidator

90.—(1) Apply rule 4.120 of the 1991 Rules.

(2) In paragraph (1), for “Article 148(4)”, substitute “section 109 of the 2009 Act”.

(3) In paragraph (2), for “official receiver” substitute “Bank of England and the FSA”.

(4) In paragraph (4) substitute—

(4) Where the meeting passes a resolution that—

(a)the bank liquidator be removed;

(b)a new bank liquidator be appointed, or

(c)the bank liquidator not to be given their release

the bank liquidator shall be given a copy of that resolution and if it has been resolved to remove the bank liquidator, the bank liquidator shall be given a certificate to that effect..

(5) For paragraph (5) substitute—

(5) If the creditors have resolved to appoint a new bank liquidator, the certificate of his appointment shall also be sent to the registrar of companies within that time and rule 4.106 shall apply..

Court’s power to regulate meetings under rule 90

91.—(1) Apply rule 4.122 of the 1991 Rules.

(2) Delete “or 4.121-CVL”.

Procedure on removal

92.—(1) Apply rule 4.123 of the 1991 Rules.

(2) For “official receiver”, wherever it appears, substitute “out-going bank liquidator”.

(3) For paragraph (3) substitute—

(3) A copy of the certificate so endorsed shall be sent by the court to the outgoing bank liquidator and, if a new liquidator has been appointed, to him..

(4) Delete paragraph (4).

Advertisement of removal

93.  Apply rule 4.125 of the 1991 Rules.

Removal of bank liquidator by the court

94.—(1) Apply rule 4.126 of the 1991 Rules.

(2) After paragraph (1) insert—

(2A) If the liquidation committee has not yet passed a full payment resolution, the court shall dismiss any application under paragraph (1) where the application is made by someone other than the Bank of England, the FSA or the liquidation committee..

(3) In paragraph (2), for “at least 7 days’ notice” substitute—

(a)if the application is made before the passing of a full payment resolution, such notice as is reasonable in all the circumstances, and

(b)if the application is made after the passing of a full payment resolution, at least 7 days’ notice..

(4) In paragraph (4), leave out “, at least 14 days before the hearing,”.

(5) After paragraph (4) insert—

(4A) The notice and copies mentioned in paragraph (4) shall be sent—

(a)if the application is made before the passing of a full payment resolution, within such time so as to give the bank liquidator notice of the hearing as is reasonable in all the circumstances, and

(b)if the application is made after the passing of a full payment resolution, at least 14 days before the hearing..

(6) In paragraph (6)—

(a)in sub-paragraph (a), for “official receiver” substitute “Bank of England and the FSA” and at the end insert “and”, and

(b)leave out “and” at the end of sub-paragraph (b), and sub–paragraph (c).

Release of resigning or removed bank liquidator

95.—(1) Apply rule 4.128 of the 1991 Rules.

(2) In paragraph (1)—

(a)for “accepted by” substitute “notified to”;

(b)for rule 4.116 substitute “rule 88 of the Bank Insolvency (No.2) Rules (Northern Ireland) 2009”.

(3) In paragraph (3)—

(a)in sub-paragraph (a) for “receive his resignation” substitute “be notified of his resignation”; and delete “or” at the end;

(b)at the end of sub-paragraph (b) insert—

, or

(c)the bank liquidator resigns, and the Bank of England has refused his release..

(4) For paragraph (4) substitute—

(4) When the Department gives the release it shall certify it accordingly, file the certificate in court and send a copy to the registrar of companies..

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