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The Attorney General of Canada v. Reliance Insurance Company (Canadian Branch)

Pursuant to the Orders of the Honourable Mr. Justice Farley of the Ontario Superior Court of Justice (Commercial List) dated December 3, 2001 (the "Winding-Up Order" and the "Appointment Order"), the Canadian insurance business of Reliance Insurance Company ("Reliance Canada") was ordered to wound-up pursuant to the Winding-Up and Restructuring Act (Canada), and KPMG Inc. was appointed Provisional Liquidator.

Reliance Canada is the Canadian branch of Reliance Insurance Company, a property and casualty insurer in the United States of America. Reliance Insurance Company was placed in liquidation in Pennsylvania on October 3, 2001. The Insurance Commissioner for the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania is the Court-appointed liquidator of Reliance Insurance Company.


Call for Policyholder Loss Claims

On December 3, 2001, the Ontario Superior Court of Justice (the "Court") ordered the winding-up of Reliance Canada, under the provisions of the Winding-up and  Restructuring Act, and appointed KPMG Inc. as liquidator (the "Liquidator").

The Liquidator of Reliance Canada hereby gives notice that the Court has fixed December 17, 2010 as the last day for policyholders, insureds or claimants with Policy Loss claims to submit to the Liquidator their claims for loss under or arising out of a Reliance Canada policy. If you have any claims for loss under or arising out of a policy of Reliance Canada (including any existing, new, future, contingent, known or unknown, reported or unreported, liquidated or unliquidated claims), you must complete a Proof of Claim for Policy Loss Claim ("POC") and submit it to the Liquidator in accordance with the procedure set by the Court by Order made August 3, 2010.

Letter to Policyholders
Letter to Family Policyholders
Proof of Claim Form

Call for Ordinary Creditor Claims

If you would like to download the Liquidator's letter, click here .
If you would like to download the Notice of Claim and instruction sheet, click here .
Please make note of the ad from the Globe and Mail by clicking here .
Please note this is not a call for policy loss claims.

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