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Multilateral Instrument 61-101 Protection of Minority Security Holders in Special Transactions
Part 6 Formal Valuations And Prior Valuations
Section 6.8

Disclosure of Prior Valuation

(1) A person required to disclose a prior valuation shall, in the document in which the prior valuation is required to be disclosed

(a) disclose sufficient detail to allow the readers to understand the prior valuation and its relevance to the present transaction,

(b) indicate an address where a copy of the prior valuation is available for inspection, and

(c) state that a copy of the prior valuation will be sent to any security holder upon request and without charge or, if the issuer or offeror providing the summary so chooses, for a nominal charge sufficient to cover printing and postage.

(2) If there are no prior valuations, the existence of which is known after reasonable inquiry, the person that would be required to disclose prior valuations, if any existed, shall include a statement to that effect in the document.

(3) Despite anything to the contrary in this Instrument, disclosure of the contents of a prior valuation is not required in a document if

(a) the contents are not known to the person required to disclose the prior valuation,

(b) the prior valuation is not reasonably obtainable by the person required to disclose it, irrespective of any obligations of confidentiality, and

(c) the document contains statements regarding the prior valuation substantially to the effect of paragraphs (a) and (b).