An online creditors meeting of Triyards Marine Services Pte Ltd (Singapore UEN No. 201210955W) has been scheduled to take place on 29 December at 3pm (Singapore time), according to a Tuesday (21 December) post on the Government Gazette by liquidator Joshua James Taylor.
The purposes of the meeting are for:
Attendance by video conference:
In compliance with the COVID-19 (Temporary Measures) Act 2020, the COVID-19 (Temporary Measures) (Alternative Arrangements for Meetings) (Corporate Insolvency) Order 2020 and the COVID-19 (Temporary Measures) (Alternative Arrangements for Meetings) (Corporate Insolvency) (Amendment) Order 2020, creditors may only attend the above meeting by way of video conference by submitting a duly completed proxy form (either a General Proxy or Special Proxy) with the liquidator and including the details of one attendee, via an email to email@example.com, by no later than 4pm (Singapore time) on 28 December 2021.
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Published: 22 December, 2021
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