Members of Juno Shipping Pte. Ltd (Reg. No. 198105580W) have decided to voluntarily wind up the company during an Extraordinary General Meeting held on 11 November, according to a Thursday (17 November) notice on the Government Gazette.
The duly passed resolutions were:
(i) THAT the Company be wound up voluntarily pursuant to Section 160(1)(b) of the Insolvency, Restructuring and Dissolution Act 2018 (the “Act”); and
(ii) THAT the Liquidator of the Company be authorized to exercise any of the powers given by Section 144(1)(b), (c), (d) and (f)(i) of the Insolvency, Restructuring and Dissolution Act 2018 and to distribute to the contributories or as they may direct in cash and/or in specie all the surplus assets of the Company.
(iii) THAT Mr Helmi Bin Ali Bin Talib be appointed Liquidator of the Company to act for the purpose of the winding up; and
(iv) THAT the Liquidator be indemnified by the contributories against all claims, demands and payments which the Company may in the course of or arising out of such winding up become liable.
In a second notice dated 17 November, creditors of the company are required to send in their names and addresses and particulars of their debts or claims, and the names and addresses of their solicitors (if any) to the liquidator of the company on or before 17 December, 2022.
If so required by notice in writing from the said liquidator are, by their solicitors or personally, to come in and prove their debts or claims at such time and place as shall be specified in such notice, or in default thereof they will be excluded from the benefit of any distribution made before such debts are proved.
Contact details of the liquidator are as follows:
Helmi Bin Ali Bin Talib
c/o 133 Cecil Street
#15-02 Keck Seng Tower
Photo credit: Drew Beamer
Published: 18 November, 2022
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