Loss related to secondary homes, such as cottages, are not eligible for redemption of your RRSP+ with the Fonds.
The shareholder must show that there was a loss without indemnification or with partial indemnificationAND
must declare financial inability to pay for the consequences of the lossAND
must have liquidated and used up all redeemable investments (including any other RRSP), the purchase of the shares being the last resort.
The Fonds de solidarité FTQ form which includes a section entitled “Shareholder’s Solemn Declaration” attesting to the financial inability to pay the consequences of the lossAND
proof of the loss :
- a fire
- water damage
- a natural catastrophe
- a breakage or safety defect of equipment causing damage to the principal residence
- a deficiency or defect in the foundation or structure of the residence to such an extent that it endangers the health or safety of the occupants
proof of partial indemnification or absence of indemnificationAND
proof of the costs related to the loss for the repair or replacement of the assets damaged by the lossAND
proof that all redeemable family investments have been liquidated and used up to pay part of the costs related to the loss or that the family investments are not redeemable.
All shares held.
Subsequent share acquisition:
One year after purchase by the Fonds de solidarité FTQ.
Disbursement terms and conditions:
A net payment equal to the amount required to cover a substantial part of the cost to replace the asset. Cheque payable jointly to the shareholder and the creditor (if applicable).