A notice in the Government Gazette was published on Friday (4 December) by the Judicial Managers of Ocean Tankers (Pte) Limited for creditors to prove any debts or claims for publication.
The notice reminds creditors that any proof of debt filed shall be regarded as a proof of debt to be used in any Statement of Proposals Meeting held by the company’s Judicial Managers with the company’s creditors.
The proof of debt may also be used for the purposes of any meeting of Ocean Tankers’ creditors if and when such a meeting is convened in the course of the company’s judicial management.
The published announcement notes that subject to adjudication of creditor’s proof of debt, creditors must file their proof of debt with Ocean Tankers’ Judicial Managers not later than 5 p.m. on Friday, 18 December 2020 or such later date as may be notified, so as to entitle creditors to vote at the Statement of Proposals Meeting.
A physical copy of the proof of debt form and the relevant supporting documents must be submitted to the Ocean Tankers’ address at 37 Tuas Road, Singapore 638503.
Any queries may be directed to the Judicial Managers at firstname.lastname@example.org
Additional details published in the notice are as follows:
|Name of Company||Ocean Tankers (Pte) Limited
(Judicial Managers Appointed by Court) (the “Company”)
|Address of registered office of abovenamed company||37 Tuas Road Singapore 638503|
|Number of matter||HS/OS 452/2020|
|Last day for receiving proofs||18 December 2020, 5 p.m.|
|Names of joint and several Judicial Managers||Ee Meng Yen Angela
Purandar Janampalli Rao
|Address||Ernst & Young LLP
One Raffles Quay
North Tower Level 18
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