A notice was published in the Government Gazette on Monday (4 January) regarding a winding up application against Hin Leong Marine International Pte Ltd filed by Hin Leong Trading’s founder Lim Ooi Kuin and his son Lim Chee Meng as contributories of the company.
According to the notice, the application was made on 1 November, 2020 and a hearing has been scheduled for 2.30 pm, Wednesday, 10 February, 2021 at the Singapore High Court.
Any creditor or contributory of the company who wishes to support or oppose the application may appear at the time of hearing by himself or his counsel.
A copy of the winding up application will be given to any creditor or contributory of the company requiring the copy of the winding up application by the undersigned on payment of the regulated charge for the same.
Any person who intends to appear at the hearing of the winding up application must send by post to the Lim family’s solicitors, notice in writing of his intention to do so.
The notice must state the name and address of the person, or, if a firm, the name and address of the firm, and must be signed by the person, firm, or his or their solicitor (if any) and must be reach the solicitors at least 3 clear working days before the hearing on Wednesday, 10 February, 2021.
The Lim family’s solicitors are:
Davinder Singh Chambers LLC,
1 Wallich Street,
#20-02 Guoco Tower,
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Published: 5 January, 2021
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