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(b) to the husband,____ per cent.
(5) If the parties cannot agree on the terms of sale, either may apply to the court under the appropriate statute to have the issue determined.


33. PERSONAL PROPERTY
(1) The husband hereby transfers his interest in the contents of the matrimonial home to the wife, except for:
(i) ; and
(ii) ,
which are the property of the husband.
(2) The husband hereby transfers his interest in the automobile to the wife and will forthwith execute all necessary documents to effect the transfer.
Alternate
(3) The husband and wife acknowledge that they [have/will] [divided/divide] the contents of the matrimonial home and their personal property in a manner satisfactory to both of them. If the parties cannot agree on the division of the contents of the matrimonial home and their personal property, then either will be at liberty to apply to the court under the Family Law Act for an order dividing the contents and personal property equally between the parties.

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34. CANADA PENSION PLAN CREDITS
Neither the husband nor the wife will apply under the Canada Pension Plan for a division of pension credits after the dissolution of their marriage.
Alternate


The husband and wife acknowledge that each has been made aware by their respective solicitors of the amendments to the Canada Pension Plan Act whereby pension credits earned by one or both spouses during their years of marriage may be divided equally upon marriage dissolution. Both the husband and the wife agree that upon marriage dissolution, neither will make an application to any Canada Pension Plan district or local office for a credit sharing of Canada Pension Plan benefits resulting in the division of pension credits between them. Both spouses further agree that this provision will be deemed to be a bar to such application and may be filed with and be binding upon any officer of the Canada Pension Plan who receives such application by either spouse in contravention of this provision.
Canada Pension Plan-Permitting application for division of credits
35. CANADA PENSION PLAN CREDITS
Either party may apply under the Canada Pension Plan for a division of pension credits.
36. OTHER PENSIONS
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