The Canada Not-for-profit Corporations Act permits the corporation or a member, director, officer or holder of a debt obligation of the corporation, or any aggrieved person, to apply to court for an order to rectify the records or registers of the corporation.
The Canada Not-for-profit Corporations Act authorizes a complainant to apply to court for relief against:
The Canada Not-for-profit Corporations Act provides for compliance and restraining orders. The provision is broadly cast in terms of who may apply for an order, who may be bound by an order, the scope of an order and what types of orders can be made.
Over the years, Parliament has enacted many special Act corporations. The International Air Transport Association is a prominent example of a federal special Act corporation. But there are many others.